Teachers offered computer training;In brief

11th June 1999 at 01:00
A NEW network of training centres will boost the Government's hopes of all teachers becoming confident computer-users in the classroom by 2002. Microsoft has joined with five technology companies to set up 100 education resource centres. For details of the scheme see www.microsoft.comukeducationmerc

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