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Schools Get £125m for E-Learning


English schools are set to share in £125m e-learning credits to spend on educational software, the government announced this week.

Schools have the freedom and choice to use the products that are best suited to their pupils’ and teachers’ needs to help them to make even better use of powerful tools such as laptops, interactive whiteboards and high speed broadband in learning and teaching.

The £125m is on top of the £75m announced as part schools’ overall capital allocations in November last year and will only be available for spending on Curriculum Online approved products and services.

Schools minister Andrew Adonis said: "This extra investment will help us create tomorrow's classrooms today - giving children the tools they need to learn in the 21st century. Children embrace technology and use it everyday in their lives. There is now a considerable body of evidence showing that bringing appropriate technology into the classroom helps engage minds, capturing the imagination of both learner and teacher."


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