And few academics like John Kasaipwalova are of the view that riding on technology would greatly address this need.
Paradise Publishing House is going digital with its Paradise digital books.
With hardcopies, the challenge is the accumulated cost when it reaches shelves of bookshops throughout the country.
Kasaipwalova says sending hardcopies to 11 thousand schools throughout the country is very difficult.
But if these books are reduced into a digital format, the outcome is the big reduction in price and the ease of transportation.