The significance of the use of ICTs in education sector is notable and implemented in many countries. The SchoolNet project in Ethiopia and its study is still in infancy. Few available researches sheds light on some of the issues that urgently seek for further research and theory building to guide the practical implementation and establishment of the SchoolNet project. However, if policy recommendation related to ICTs use in education to be credible, it needs to be backed by a rich evidence of researches, lessons learned etc. In this regard such tools are limited or unavailable. Despite the country''s huge investment of one-tenth of its GDP every year on ICTs, little hard evidence and consensus exist on the cost-effective utilizations of the technologies to meet a wide variety of some of the most graving challenges facing the country. In view of these and considering the potential risks associated with ICTs use in education, the study intends to take the required urgency which is intoned to avoid the mis- application of meager resource and capital as the same time to minimize the misapplication of a potentially powerful tool.