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KP government approves Blended Learning project for higher secondary schools

KP government approves Blended Learning project for higher secondary schools
May 18, 2017

PESHAWAR, 18 May: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Department has approved “Blended Learning” programme for higher secondary schools.

The project, which will cost over Rs4 billion, will focus on online teaching methods along with traditional methods to improve learning capabilities of students.

KP Education Minister Muhammad Atif Khan said this programme will be launched in all 563 higher secondary schools of KP from next year. He said the Blended Learning project will improve the learning of students and teaching methodology of teachers.

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