Mind the digital gap

16th September 2005 at 01:00
A campaign, supported by The TES, is being launched to tackle the "digital divide" between pupils who have computers at home and those who do not. The Equal Opportunities in IT for Young People (Equity) campaign aims to help schools make the most of the pound;50 million promised by Gordon Brown to help poorer households gain access to computers and get more equipment from IT suppliers.

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