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SUCCESSFUL FIRST PHASE FOR SCHOOLS ONLINE SAYS TAYLOR

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Teachers, pupils, industry and Government are working together to push forward the application of Internet technolo...
Teachers, pupils, industry and Government are working together to push forward the application of Internet technology in schools, science and technology minister Ian Taylor has said.

He was commenting on the publication of a report on the success of the first year of 'Schools Online'.

The report's publication coincides with the launch of Phase 2 of Schools Online this week and with the Educational Technology Show at Olympia.

The show is dedicated to teaching and learning with IT and allows IT providers to see and evaluate the latest technological developments.

'I congratulate all of the participants in Schools OnLine Phase 1 and look forward to further success in Phase 2 in which we shall be giving even more support to teachers. I commend this report and the case studies to all schools.'
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