ICT in Schools: New digital strategy for schools

Integration of information and communications technology (ICT) into teaching and learning in schools remains a major priority for this government, according to the Department of Education and Skills.

19th January, 2014
At the launch of a Public Consultation Process for a Digital Strategy for Schools were pupils from Gaelcholaiste Luimnigh in Limerick with Pat Rabbitte, Minister for Communications, Ruairi Quinn, Minister for Education and Ciaran Cannon, Junior Minister for Education. Picture by Shane O'Neill/Fennells

Integration of information and communications technology (ICT) into teaching and learning in schools remains a major priority for this government, according to the Department of Education and Skills, and work is under way to develop a new digital strategy for schools, a process that started in December with a public consultation process.

''The new ICT Strategy will address the current position and what has happened to date,'' a spokesperson told ICT in Schools. ''It will...

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