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NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CHOOSES COVENTRY

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Schools Minister Eric Forth today opened the National Council for Educational Technology's (NCET) new building in t...
Schools Minister Eric Forth today opened the National Council for Educational Technology's (NCET) new building in the Science Park at Warwick University, Coventry.

Speaking at the opening of the new building Mr Forth said: 'The NCET plays a vital role in evaluating and promoting the use of information technology in schools, at a time of rapid pace of change in this area.

'I am delighted to open these new headquarters for the NCET in Coventry. The decision to locate the Council here was taken in part because of the need to continue and build upon the good relations and close links already established with the University of Warwick and the Science Park and also because of the region's excellent communication links.

'The Council was formed by the merger of the former Council for Educational Technology in London and the Microelectronics Education Support Unit here in the Science Park.

'NCET plays a vital role in matching developing technologies to the educational scene. This is a task of great responsibility and I look forward to watching the NCET's further progress with great interest'.
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