The national online learning platform is currently being tested to ensure its functionality, the Ministry of Education and Science said Monday, following reports that the platform has been malfunctioning.
“Testing is part of the process of ensuring complete functionality of the platform and it’s at this stage that all challenges are detected and resolved. The testing process will take place over the next few days,” read the press release.
Over the weekend, the Education Ministry made the platform available to students and parents.
Previously, it also instructed schools to distribute user passwords to students and trained teachers how to use the platform.
The national online learning platform, created by the Education Ministry, in cooperation with the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering and the Chamber of Commerce for Information and Communication Technologies – MASIT, is set to be used by by about 250,000 students and 25,000 teachers.