BESA's train appeal

7th January 2000 at 00:00
The British Educational Suppliers Association is challenging train companies to make the BETT train initiative an annual event. Teachers from Birmingham will fill two Virgin trains next week to travel to BETT. There will be an on-board trainin session en route. Eileen Devonshire, BESA's deputy chief executive, said similar moves by other train operators would make it easier for more teachers to visit the educational technology exhibition www-5.ibm.comuknewsuk352.html


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