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26th March 2004 at 00:00
All children should have access to a computer at home, whether or not their parents can afford one, Estelle Morris, arts minister, said last week. Ms Morris, who is also chairman of the e-Learning Foundation, told an awards ceremony in London that IT helps learning. Ms Morris presented the Learning Environment School of the Year 2004 award to Holy Cross Boys' primary school, Belfast. The event was co-sponsored by The TES.

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