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Please find a selection of news stories relating to technology in education and to the challenges facing schools and teachers.

 
31st March, 2020
Providing the ideal learning platform for enthusiastic young minds.
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31st March, 2020
Use SchoolsBuddy’s software, including parent communications and messaging, free during school closure. Keep your school community up to date with news, worksheets, and more.
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31st March, 2020
The headmaster of Eton College has written to UK state secondary schools offering access to its online courses free of charge during the coronavirus crisis, iNews is reporting.
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31st March, 2020
Scottish supply teachers have written again to education secretary John Swinney, accusing councils and the government of causing them “huge anxiety and suffering” by failing to provide them with a financial safety net, TES is reporting.
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30th March, 2020
Tata Consultancy Services’ Holistic Virtual Education Platform Will Help Educational Institutions Transition to Remote Digital Learning
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30th March, 2020
Wakelet is the easiest way to capture, organize and share multi-media resources with students, teachers, and learning communities.
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28th March, 2020
Over the past few months, as the pandemic is sweeping its way nation-to-nation and schools closing around the world, we understand that this is a stressful time for everyone. Our team at SAM Labs wants to help and are working around the clock to support parents and educators with free activities, webinars, and resources.
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27th March, 2020
If you are in need of some isolation inspiration why not get creative and make a stop motion animation!
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27th March, 2020
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27th March, 2020
According to TES, schools are less likely to be judged good or outstanding under the new Ofsted framework, new data shows.
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