Educated Bett for a digital future

Fleur Doidge
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A US futurist at Bett has made four predictions about the market for schools IT 10 years from now. Fleur Doidge reports

Thirty years ago, the annual Bett education technology show began. In 1985, computers had just begun popping up in the classroom, often just as a few precious Apple IIe machines shared among groups...

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