Homework hitch sorted in 20 mins

28th January 2000 at 00:00
EDUCATION minister Estelle Morris this week launched a new service allowing schoolchildren to seek homework tips via the Internet.

Homework High will enable pupils to gain access to real-life teaches by logging on to Channel 4's website. The aim is for children struggling to solve a problem to be given the solution within a maximum of 20 minutes.

The site is at www.homeworkhigh.com

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