Software giant, Microsoft has sealed a partnership deal with Sidmach Technologies that will see the two tech companies addressing digital dysfunction in Nigerian schools.

Subsequently, the two companies will bring together stakeholders, ranging from the Proprietors, Principals, Head Teachers and other high-level school administrators to an event in Lagos, and introduce to them tools that aid effective school management.

The essence of the event, which will take place next week Friday at the Radisson Blu, Ikeja GRA, Lagos is to drive growth in quality of education across secondary schools in Lagos and help the schools create efficiency and effectiveness in school management.

According to a statement in Lagos, technology tools will be provided to the schools. The tools will help students get hands-on experience and the ability to develop critical-thinking, and computational skills for life and a career in the digital world.

The school owners and other stakeholders will be introduced to the amazing features of the tools at the event and would also get a chance for free trials for a term in their various schools.


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