An investigation into decision making within secondary schools on information and communications technology inside the same Northern county of England

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Middleton, Andrew R;
  • Subject: LB1603

In 1997, New Labour introduced a national ICT strategy for schools and went on to spend over £3.54 billion on educational technology. This exploratory study examines whether changes to government funding for educational technology has altered the view of the role of ICT... View more
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