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Computer use in European schools

1.5 secondary pupils per computer in Denmark - the lowest ratio in Europe. The UK has the third lowest (6.4:1).

8.9 UK pupils for every PC connected to the Net. Four European countries have better ratios: Sweden, Finland, Luxembourg and Denmark, which again has the lowest ratio at 2:1.

56 per cent of UK primary teachers use the Internet in the classroom (67 per cent in secondaries).

100 per cent of UK primary and secondary teachers say they use computers in their teaching Source: Basic Indicators on the Incorporation of ICT into European Education Systems: Facts and figures. 200001 Annual Report by Eurydice, the European Network on Education in Europe. The report can be read at www.eurydice.org

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