Colton Hills

25th February 2000 at 00:00
Colton Hills community school in Wolverhampton has decided to give its 84 teachers a laptop after finding that lack of access to a computer was impeding them from developing the skills learned on ICT trainin courses.

The school is using National Grid for Learning funding to install a new network that will dramatically improve access to records between its two sites, which are three miles apart.

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