| Nov 17, 2022
Seventy-Nine Students Taking Computer Classes
Currently, there are 79 students attending computer classes at the Develop Africa Sierra Leone (DASL) Computer Lab. Presently, the computer classes run in three shifts- one class in the morning and two classes in the afternoon from Monday to Friday.
The students are at varying levels in their computer training, which includes Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft PowerPoint. Classes are set up so that everyone has access to their own computer and are available at varying times and days depending on the group each student is in.
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