Modern technologies are a part of contemporary life, and they have been part of the educational process in Bulgarian schools for a while. There is no doubt that computer competencies are a necessity, and therefore they are taught as a separate subject at school. However, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) resources is not limited only to this dedicated subject, these tools also support teaching all other matters. They are used during each stage of school education as well. For exploring the implementations of ICT in an educational environment, an online-based survey aimed at students and teachers was conducted. This paper presents a comparison of the frequency of use of ICT in Bulgarian schools according to different educational stages and subjects with the focus on the humanitarian ones. The current research shows the statistical analysis of the data and a comparison between the answers of students and teachers.
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