Is the government finally planning an EdTech overhaul?

Trevor Treharne
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Is the government finally planning an EdTech overhaul?
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Is the government finally planning an EdTech overhaul?

Seven years after the demise of Becta, the government could be looking to support technology in education again

The government is making noises to suggest it will improve support and guidance around how technology should be used in schools. Since education ICT agency Becta closed in 2010, the government has taken...

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