pound;1.5m specialist Microsoft deal

28th January 2005 at 00:00
The Government has met its target for creating 2,000 specialist schools.

There are now 2,174 specialist secondaries and computer giant Microsoft is to support a further 100 in a deal worth pound;1.5 million, Stephen Twigg, school standards minister, announced this week.

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