"e-Access to Learning For All" | Government of Jamaica 

e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited

An Agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology


To transform national learning outcomes using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)


To facilitate the development of a knowledge-based society by using ICT methodologies.


To promote the integration and infusion of technology in the education system

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The Tablets for Teachers Programme

The Tablets for Teachers Programme was established under the Heads of Agreement between the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) and the Government of Jamaica (GoJ) signed in May 2018. The Tablets for Teachers Programme (TTP) was created for the procurement and distribution of tablets. e-Learning Jamaica was selected as the implementation agency to execute the programme.


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e-Learning Jamaica Introduces: Our eFocus Magazine

eFocus Magazine is an education and technology magazine created for everyone, featuring teachers, students and entrepreneurs whilst promoting the use of technology within Jamaica.


e-Learning Jamaica in the Press


Green Park Primary and Junior High to get status change soon

The Green Park Primary and Junior High School in Clarendon could soon see a change in its status. Minister of Education Fayval Williams says the Ministry continues to actively pursue its mandate of transforming primary and junior high institutions. “Very soon the name of the school will be changed to just the Green Park Primary […]


Some 5,000 Teachers To Receive E-vouchers To Purchase Laptops

Some 5,000 public school educators could commence receiving electronic vouchers (evouchers) to purchase laptop computers in December, under the ‘Laptop for Teachers’ programme, being developed by e- Learning Jamaica Limited (e-Ljam). Project Manager for the ‘Own Your Own Device’ initiative at e-Ljam, Seymour Rhoden, told JIS News that the e-vouchers will enable teachers to visit an approved […]