Mr. Speaker, fortunately he corrected himself. First, he started by saying 100,000 schools; the number is 100,000 pupils.
Mr. Speaker, these days, we are not using number of schools because calculation as to releases is based on number of pupils, so we have changed over from schools to number of pupils and that is why we are quoting 100,300 pupils.
What the Programme has realized is that if you select schools, for example A, B, C or D, and you are doing the calculation based on the number of pupils, before you are aware, the number would have doubled. Therefore, what we are doing now is that we are giving the allocation to the districts as to the number of pupils and then the districts will decide which schools, depending on the number of pupils they have had, should be selected for the Programme.
So we are not even going to involve ourselves in the selection of the specific schools but this will be done at the district level based on the allocation of pupils which have been given to that district. And the allocation formula is going to take account of what is in the system so far so as to address any imbalances.