Barriers to Implementation of Information and Communication (ICT) in Public Sudanese Secondary Schools: Teacher’s Prospective

Abdelwahed Elsafi Elemam

Abstract


This study examines the current situation of ICT implementation at five public secondary schools in Sudan. The study adopted the quantitative method where a sample of five secondary schools was selected. A total of 40 secondary school teachers responded to the designed questionnaire. By using Statistic Package of Social Science (SPSS), the data was analyzed. The findings indicate that the ICT implementation at the five secondary schools was poorly achieved, and school teachers still have not acquired the necessary skills of ICT that enable them to implement ICT in classrooms. Further, the lack financial support, insufficient existence of computer labs, low internet connectivity, inadequate technical support and lack of time were main barriers that prevent the implementation of ICT in schools.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v7i1.8956

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