Pounds 6m to improve IT

24th July 2009 at 01:00

The Government is to invest nearly Pounds 6 million to improve the way technology is taught in schools. The programme will be run by the IT sector skills council E-skills UK and the Open University, and aims to help teachers to stay up to date to "meet the needs of an increasingly savvy generation of young people".

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