Magic technology

Tes Editorial

Nottinghamshire County Council has signed a deal to role out a new social media platform to its 330 secondary and primary schools. The contract will allow pupils to use the Magic Studio technology, owned by Southampton-based Lexara, to share interactive learning resources, giving them access to curriculum-tagged content such as pictures and videos.

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