Net name plan on track

7th January 2000 at 00:00
Wesbite addresses for more than 26,000 schools in England (60 per cent) have been allocated according to Nominet, the organisation co-ordinating the project. Most have accepted the proposed names, which include the school nae and education authority with the suffix. A spokesperson said only a few had requested changes, while only 20 schools unhappy with the proposed address had been referred to BECTA.

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