Meeting the ICT challenge head on with Microsoft

Today’s schoolchildren are tomorrow’s economic innovators, but are we preparing them well?

24th January, 2016
Sarah Kate O’Reilly and Conor Aughney, students at Colaiste Pobail Setanta in Dublin 15 Picture: Ronan O’Sullivan

Schools intent on going down the road of introducing IT in the classroom need to have a clear idea what they are doing and why. That’s the message from Dr Kevin Marshall, head of education for Microsoft Ireland.

“Schools need to have a compelling reason why they set out on this road. They need to have a framework for change and they need to be clear as to why they’re doing it. Simply...

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