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BBC wants major investment in interactive learning


According to a news report on the Technologies for Training website, 'educating the nation through interactive technology will be a top priority for the BBC', says the incoming director-general Greg Dyke in his recent Spectator lecture.

Mr Dyke said the corporation is uniquely placed to encourage children and adults to learn by utilising its digital resources. He wants to spend an extra £200m a year on the BBC’s education service, but says he will need extra government funding to do so.


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