Abstract: This study was carried out to evaluate the extent to which School Access Programme (SAP) assisted teachers to acquire ICT skills in South-East Nigeria. The population of the study was 4,141 respondents. Direct observation was used to observe, monitor and document the ICT skills acquired by 40 teachers observed in 2 rural and 2 urban schools sampled for the direct observation of the study. The scores generated from the observation was analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The result showed that SAP assisted teachers to acquire ICT skills in South-East Nigeria at great extent. Therefore, the federal government should establish more ICT centres to enable all the teachers in South-East Nigeria to acquire ICT skills. The programme should be evaluated in other zones in Nigeria to determine the skills acquired by teachers in those zones.
Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba, Kingsley O. Okoro and Edith Edikpa, 2019. Evaluation of the Extent School Access Programme Assisted Teachers to Acquire ICT Skills. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 18: 67-71.