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UK kids have mobiles by 10
BullGuard releases results from a survey of 2,000 parents that provides a snapshot of children’s use of mobile devices


A time of change
Institutions have made significant investments in tech to innovate the education system, teaching methods, knowledge base and IT segment
Curriculum countdown
According to new research more than 130,000 primary school teachers don’t feel confident enough to teach computer coding
Taking on tablet tech
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector’s experts: are tablets the future for our primary and secondary schools?
Watch: Festival of Education video
The EDQ team travelled to the recent Sunday Times Festival of Education - and found a whole host of exciting innovations on offer
Kids suffer ‘digital hangovers’
70% of children feel their parents are glued to their mobile phones, whilst 60% of parents believe their kids spend too much time on their devices
E-assessed qualifications in the future
Cambridge Assessment has signed a new five-year deal with education technology company, TAG Assessment
Superfast broadband zooms up North
Newcastle has marked a key milestone in the city’s superfast broadband roll-out by launching the first fibre cabinet, as part of Go Digital
The power of print
Stephen Young from Xerox UK, tells us how colour printing can improve the learning experience without breaking the bank
Hashtrack is ENVY of York
A first year Computer Science student has won the Outstanding Business category at Exciting New Ventures at York (ENVY) comp
Raspberry Pi competition launched
Information security specialist supports new ICT syllabus with new competition aimed at secondary schools in London
School blends history and hi-tech
A Staffordshire primary school has made use of the latest classroom technology to celebrate its 100th anniversary year
Experts call for framework on tech
Samsung Electronics, European Electronique and The Education Foundation launch a new report that examines the future of tech in education
BT helps teachers with edtech
Primary school teachers across England are being invited to a series of computing workshops run by the Barefoot Computing Project
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