The Minister of Information informed the Cabinet that all Secondary Schools in Antigua have had 100 megabits per second of computing power delivered to their doorstep by the APUA. According to the recent cabinet notes, additional work has to be carried out during non-school hours to complete the delivery to the classrooms of the cables, outlets, and other devices, where the computers will be housed and the Tablets operated. Students are beginning to rely more on the new electronic means of learning, and schools across the Caribbean—using CXC Exams and other Caribbean measuring systems—are adjusting by investing in the new equipment and training for educators. Antigua and Barbuda has been out-front and on the cutting edge. Training of students must also begin at an early age in order for them to become proficient in the uses of the electronic devices, especially during exams.