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- ^200007^Issue no. 07/00. October 2000. Survey of information and communications technology in school
- Corporate Author:
- Great Britain Department for Education and Employment
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This publication reports on a survey of information and communications technology (ICT) provision in schools in England carried out in March 2000 and compares findings with similar surveys in 1998 and 1999. The sample survey collects information on the number and type of computers available in schools; expenditure and sources of funding; ICT development plans; the extent of the use of ICT across curriculum subjects; and teacher usage of computers and their confidence in the use of ICT in the curriculum. Most of the indices related to ownership of and access to computers showed a steady increase since 1998. Between 1998 and 2000 there was a considerable increase in the percentage of schools connected to the Internet. By 2000 86 per cent of primary schools and 98 per cent of secondary schools had an Internet connection compared with1998 figures of 17 per cent and 82 per cent respectively. In each of the last two years the percentage of teachers and pupils who had personal e-mail addresses has more than doubled.
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