Peter Peacock switched on at Moray schools communications technology network

1st October 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Peter Peacock, the Deputy Children and Education Ministers, "switched on", a pound;12.5 million information and communication technology network for Moray schools on Monday. It will link 14,000 pupil to the National Grid for Learning via 1000 new computers terminals in the council's 57 schools. Funding came from a public-private partnership with ICL, the computer company.

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