Learning Outcomes of pupils have become an issue of concern in developing countries. Resource poor countries have decried the poor performance of pupils each year, and yet few schools use Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to enhance pupil engagement and learning outcomes. Using both quantitative and qualitative approaches, the study is a cross-sectional survey, with a proportionate random sample of primary schools drawn from both rural and urban settings. This study intends to assess the existing ICT infrastructure, the extent of ICT usage as well as the effect of ICT usage and pupil engagement on the learning outcomes of pupils in the primary schools in Uganda.

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