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A free interactive whitepaper that discusses the ICT issues facing the education sector and what school leaders can do to make technology work in a learning environment.

Daisy Group has been working with public sector organisations for a number of years and has recently undertaken a piece of research on ICT within education,  to achieve a greater understanding  of the areas in which schools need the most help.

Poor connectivity was identified as a barrier to learning in more than a third of UK high schools, with many children stating that the internet speed in their school was so slow it disrupted lessons whenever they used it in class. Variations in results indicated regional differences in ICT use in the classroom, leaving some large groups of children educationally disadvantaged.

This guide will discuss which regions are affected the most and how the correct usage of technology can improve learning and development.


  • Executive summary
  • ICT procurement for the classroom
  • Key findings
  • Infographic
  • Conclusion
  • About Daisy Education
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