Easier online access

21st March 2003 at 00:00
ONLINE curriculum material for schools is now available to parents and children on their home computers for less than pound;1 a week.

BT launched its learning centre in response to "overwhelming" demand for a site with educational content. Research revealed that while 85 per cent of parents use the net to help children with schoolwork, nearly two-thirds could not find what they wanted quickly enough.

www.btopenworld.comthelearningcentre

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