The Bishop Mathew Kukah Foundation has donated 320 digital learning equipment to eight selected primary schools in Jalingo.
Delivering the equipment on Tuesday in Jalingo, Mr Michael Magaji, Lead Consultant, Profuture Project, Kukah Centre Abuja said the project was to enhance modern teaching and learning in schools.
Magaji said that Taraba was the first state out of many that were selected for the pilot project.
He said that the installation of the mobile classroom would create a modern environment for teaching and learning to pupils.
He said that the centre would continue to support elementary education in Nigeria.
In his remarks, Engr. Haruna Manu, Deputy Governor of the state commended the centre for the donation.
Manu said that the digital classrooms would go along way in improving good environment for learning.
He said that the priority given to education in the state by the present administration had yielded positive results.
He announced that the resent SSCE/NECO results showed a lot of improvement in students in the state.
Speaking, Dr Yakubu Agbaizo, Executive Chairman, Taraba State Universal Basic Education Board said that the board had selected eight primary schools within Jalingo metropolis for the pilot programme.
Agbaizo said that the board would provide conducive environment required for the installation of the digital learning equipment.
He assured of adequate monitoring of the project to ensure attainment of its goals.