Whereas children in Birmingham enjoy excellent learning resources through technology in their schools, the reality is that many pupils do not have a computer at home. Learning therefore often stopped firmly at the school door, and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds increasingly suffered from a ‘digital divide’. Here, Sue Hulme discusses an innovative partnership between Birmingham City Council, Birmingham e-Learning Foundation, the National e-Learning Foundation and education ICT suppliers to address the issue.
Create an account to read this article
- Purchase and Download today
Register for free
No Credit Card required
- Register for free
- Access to 3 free articles
- Free TeachingTimes Report every month