E-learning is the way to go in this information age with lots of resources to be shared amongst Learners and Instructors. Learning Institutions must be engaged in the current Technological Integration in Education System. With the cost of printing going up and as well as increased pressure on our forest to produce papers for books, we must get another platform to present knowledge. E-learning offers us the best choice. A study was carried to ascertain the level of e-learning implementation readiness in selected public secondary schools in Kenya and from the findings, recommendation on how to successful integrate Information technology in Education Curriculum are presented. The key readiness aspects examined were technical competency and computer literacy among teachers and students, their attitudes and perceptions towards e-learning, and the existing e-learning infrastructure in schools.