Should England invest in stronger Wi-Fi for schools?

02/19/2013 | BBC

Fully accessible Wi-Fi Internet is necessary for schools to successfully adopt digital learning, says Valerie Thompson of the E-Learning Foundation -- a feat accomplished by only about one quarter of schools in England, surveys show. A spokeswoman for the Education Department said all new schools meet the "highest standards for wireless access," while headteachers at existing schools are tasked with determining the extent of Wi-Fi access on their campuses.

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