Ministry of Education took some steps in order to use the ICT in the education process. Thus, until 2004 the information science subject was taught in the 9-11th grades. However, according to the teaching plan for the 2004-2005 school year this subject began to be taught from the 1st grade, additionally, was approved the new programme for the 1-11th grades as well. The information science textbooks for the I-VIII grades are already in use, for other grades it is in preparation phase.
In 2006, 218 schools of Baku and Sumgait connected to the Internet within the memorandum of agreement signed between the Ministry of Education and CISCO SYSTEMS (USA). Since 2002, the Ministry with the co-operation of Project Harmony Organization has implemented measures to establish the Internet centres and use of computer technologies in learning process within the Relations and Exchange Program. Currently, the project encompasses a vast majority of schools. Resource centres opened at these schools were supplied with relevant equipments and were implemented training of teachers.
Memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the development of modern information technologies in the area of education between the Ministry of Education and “Microsoft” defines collaboration frames and conditions for the development of Education Partnership Initiative. In order to achieve the purposes of memorandum were implemented cooperation measures on 10 projects until December of 2007. 
The Ministry of Education utilizes the practice of ICT use of developed countries in the education system. In June 2006 the delegation of the Ministry of Education took part in the international seminar on the theme of “Innovation in the electronic training area”, organized by the financial support of “Hewlett Packard” (HP), and  held in Belfast, Great Britain.
Intel Company implements programs towards to the efficient use of ICT in the education system for years. “Education for future” is one of the seven innovation programs implemented by the “Intel” in the world. The goal of the program is to improve the professional skills of teachers of technical specialized schools and pedagogical universities. The program is being successfully implemented in the 37 countries of the world. Azerbaijan is the third country after Russia and Ukraine that joint to this program.  
The Ministry of Education took some steps in the direction of ICT use in the education process as well. Thus, until 2004 the information science subject was taught in the 10-11th grades. However, according to the teaching plan for the 2004-2005 school year this subject began to be taught from the 1st grade, additionally, was approved the new programme for the 1-11th grades as well. The information science textbooks for the I-VIII grades are already in use, for other grades it is in preparation phase.
The ICT is being applied widely at universities as well. Currently, teachers and engineers are prepared on the information science specialty at higher and secondary professional schools such as - Baku State University, ASOA, ASUA, AMU and others, as well as Baku Computer College.
The ICT, except the secondary education system, is being applied widely at universities as well. Currently, at higher and secondary professional schools such as - Baku State University, ASOA, ASUA, AMU and others, as well as Baku Computer College is prepared teachers and engineers on the information science specialty.  
After Azerbaijan has gained its independence legislation base on ICT has been improved. Moreover, important documents were passed by the relevant orders and decrees of the President:
1. National Information and Communication Technologies Strategy for the Development of the Republic of Azerbaijan (2003-2012)
2. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on the digital electronic signature
3. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on electronic document
4. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on obtaining of information
5. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on telecommunication
6. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on approval of classification, organization and provision of conditions (demands) of the universal telecommunication services  
7. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on Mass Media
 8. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on information, informatization and protection of information
10. The Law of Azerbaijan Republic on obtaining of environmental information
11. State Program on the development of communication and information technologies in the Republic of Azerbaijan for the years 2005-2008
12. State Program on the provision of comprehensive schools of the Republic of Azerbaijan with ICT (2005-2007)
School teachers were involved in the training courses held at Baku Science and Teaching Centre to improve their ICT abilities. They took the exam within ECDL programme and received the international certificate. Another group of teachers took part at training courses organized by the Intel Company and received “Teacher of the teachers" certificate. In general, more than 13 000 teachers jointed to these courses during 2005/2007.