New PCs for students and teachers

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Renata Kaznowska, Deputy Mayor of Warsaw with a symbolic check
Author: UM Warszawa

The Capital City of Warsaw has signed an agreement to co-finance the remote education system in the capital. Thanks to funds from European funds, municipal primary schools will receive computer hardware and software worth almost PLN 3.4 million.

Today, together with the local government of Mazovia, we have signed contracts for co-financing from European funds of the project for the development of the remote education system in Warsaw. Thanks to the support from the European Union, 38 primary schools in the capital will receive new, portable computer equipment. Software will also be co-financed, which will provide tools for conducting lessons in a remote mode. I would like to thank the Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship Adam Struzik and Elżbieta Lanc from the Board of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship for their fruitful cooperation. I would also like to thank you on behalf of Warsaw students – said Renata Kaznowska, Deputy Mayor of Warsaw.

Changing technology and work methodology require constant retrofitting of Warsaw schools. EU money will buy portable computer equipment for the most deprived pupils and teachers, as well as software to promote the use of information and communication technology (ICT) and to enable participation in remote lessons.

Project Goal under the title "Development of the remote education system in Warsaw Capital City" is to increase the availability of e-services in education. The new equipment will go to the capital's institutions next school year.