DFEE funds laptops for home tutors project

10th November 2000 at 00:00
The Department for Education and Employment has funded a project to equip home tutors with laptops via the charity Express Link Up. Trustee Alan Stevens (see Comment, page 20) has launched the Microsoft Anytime Anywhere Learning initiative in partnership with Sawtr Community College. So far, 150 laptops have been allocated around education authorities in England and four Microsoft induction forums in Salford and London have provided training and curriculum materials for home tutors.


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