Internet boost for schools in Wales

BroadbandMonday 27th July 2015

In the post-PC era, schools are striving to build collaborative learning environments supplemented by BYOT programs, using online tools such as Google Apps for Education, Weebly, YouTube and a myriad of other ‘cloud’ options.

There is one component common to all these tools that is vital to the success of the technology supporting the curriculum – reliable high speed Internet access.

The governing Council of schools in Monmouthshire (Wales) has recognised this basic need, and has allocated a budget to significantly improve Internet access in their schools.

The new funding will boost schools’ broadband Internet connections to 100MB for primary schools and 1GB for secondary schools.

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