Research Report: UK teachers voice concerns over the educational digital divide.

By |2021-07-19T10:01:21-04:00July 19th, 2021|White Papers / Reports / Statistics|

[Research Report]: UK teachers voice concerns over the educational digital divide. Under the auspices of the UN and as part of a wider Declaration first formulated in Geneva in 2003, access and contribution to the Internet, that vast repository of human knowledge, experience, and opinion, has been classified as a basic human right. The so-called ‘digital divide’ is considered a form of discrimination dividing the rich and the poor… ...

White paper: Secure Home Learning

By |2021-06-22T23:45:11-04:00June 22nd, 2021|White Papers / Reports / Statistics|

[White paper]: Learn about the risks and obligations of keeping kids safe online Approximately 71% of teachers said their teaching in Autumn 2020 was either “very different” from pre-pandemic methods or included a “number of changes,” and only 8 percent expect to revert back to pre-pandemic practices. Schools and administrators have a legal responsibility to ensure safe learning occurs beyond their schools walls, particularly when students are using school issued equipment. ...

White paper: The Impact on digital exclusion in childrens education 2021

By |2021-07-08T04:30:39-04:00May 31st, 2021|White Papers / Reports / Statistics|

[White paper]: The Impact on digital exclusion in childrens education 2021 Understand the effects of digital exclusion amongst UK students. Research clearly shows that students with fast internet access are more likely to achieve higher grades in school. Download this white paper and read about How many UK students have no internet at home How is this affecting their grades The pandemic's impact on EdTech Top 5 ...

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