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Advantages of Electricity in Schools
Electricity is a type of energy that consists of the movement of electrons between two points when there is a potential difference between them, making it possible to generate what is known as an electric current.
Electricity is generated in a number of different ways. All of these methods require either a fuel or a primary energy flow. Primary fuels for generation include (to name a few) coal, natural gas, and uranium, while primary flows include tides, wind, and solar.
Some of the advantages of electricity in schools:
1. Facilitation of ICT
Electricity at schools facilitates the use of a bundle of ICT technologies including not only telephones (mobile or not) and televisions but also computers and the internet, audio tapes, projectors and slide projectors, printers and copy machines, digital cameras, and radios.
2. Enhanced staff retention and teacher training
Electricity not only attracts students and enhances their learning experience; it can also enhance staff retention and lead to better teacher training. As UNESCO put it succinctly, “Teachers are understandably reluctant to work in deprived areas, which lack basic facilities such as electricity, good housing and health care.