Heads get their own virtual college

7th July 2000 at 01:00
THE "virtual college" arm of the National College for School Leadership will be run by BT. The telecommunications company will work with the BBC, Open University, Oracle and IT experts Ultralab to operatea number of online services for headteachers, including master classes, seminars and online discussions. Richard Greenhalgh, chairman of Unilever UK, will chair the college's governing council.

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