The Ministry of Education is today expected to dispatch experts across the country to assess quality of learning in schools. The exercise which starts today is under the sponsorship of primary education development project.The Digital Literacy Programme (DLP) which equipped young learners in public primary schools across the country with laptops has been a huge success. ICT and education stakeholders gathered in Mombasa to review the first phase of the project contend that the devices are facilitating effective teaching and learning in primary schoo. They said with the launch of the DLP, the country has embarked on an exciting journey in education and ICT that will in the long run enhance quality and relevance of education in the 21st century. Led by Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Authority Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Robert Mugo, they said the use of modern technology is driving greater productivity in the education system. Mugo says since the rollout of the DLP in 2016 the programme has led to the improvement of learning outcomes in schools, learners have been keen on the devices thus reducing absenteeism and reduced teachers workload.