100-school Networking Project is a joint project of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, and the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture . It is a project to examine the worthiness of computer networks in the primary and secondary education. 111 schools and educational institutes are involved in the project.
The objective of the project is to prove that introduction of newest features of networking to the schools makes it possible to carry out education which is beyond the conventional framework of education. Because, it can be expected that use of network motivates the classes to work more actively at a higher level, enables the students to exchange with students from other schools inside and outside the country, enables them to access and use intelligent resources, such as databases, and thus strengthens their abilities to create, to think, and to present.

The project planning and undertaking is a joint effort of Information -Technology Promotion Agency and Center for Educational Computing , and is under way.


The history of 100-School Networking Project is described under the titles below.
Steps Before Operation
Details of what had to be done before all the member schools put into operation.
Details of all activities carried out in the project.
Conferences and Symposia
Details of all conferences and symposia which the project held.
Details of publications which were distributed to the schools.