Best Schools: The digital divide must be bridged

There is still a considerable "digital divide" in Irish education.

11th March, 2012
Best Schools: The digital divide must be bridged
Clifford Brown, managing director, Technote.

There is still a considerable "digital divide" in Irish education, with some schools that have completely embraced technology in the classroom and others which are using the state-sponsored minimum level of equipment in a very modest way.

That's the broad observation of Clifford Brown, managing director of Technote, an educational consultant specialising in ICT at first and second level who has worked with the National Centre for Technology in Education (NCTE), the Digital Hub, Hibernia...

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