Building an effective edtech strategy is not always easy for cash-strapped schools, but Al Kingsley, MD of NetSupport, believes it's essential
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) released its first edtech procurement framework in June, but what is it and how does it work? James Higgins reports...
Chris Labrey, MD of Econocom, discusses new IFRS rules, and why tech leasing and as-a-service models are preferable for education institutions
We look at some of the key stats in BESA’s ICT in UK Maintained Schools report
A report from BESA has revealed that schools in England feel an unwillingness from teachers, plus a lack of budget, are the biggest barriers to using edtech in the classroom
SPONSORED: Jane Gibson, product manager for Access Group’s education division, explains how a curriculum-led approach to financial planning, could enable quicker and more reliable plans
Anyone with the unenviable task of managing their school's resources will be no stranger to the ever-increasing challenge of balancing the budget whilst focusing on broad and balanced curriculum.
Chris Cooper, UK CEO of Edval Education, discusses governments’ view of edtech, and how they can use their influence to make it work for schools
By Bill Champness, Managing Director at Hardware Associates
Concluding our short series of weekly chats about all things edtech in 2018. Thirdly and finally, here's John Jackson, CEO, London Grid for Learning
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