Millions for software wasted

13th June 2003 at 01:00
MILLIONS of pounds to help schools buy software is likely to be wasted because of confusion over the Government's electronic credits scheme. A survey of schools by the software firm RM found that 40 per cent of them did not know that they had up to pound;3,500 to spend before August 31 (see TES Online magazine).

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