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At the beginning of 2014, Ministers from the UK Departments for Education
The Education Secretary announces a consultation on his proposal to remove ICT from the national curriculum.
Michael Gove launches a public consultation into the proposal that the national curriculum
This three-year plan was first published in April 2008 and then revised
Harnessing Technology for Next Generation Learning: Children, schools and families implementation plan 2009-12
This implementation plan outlines the strategic ambitions for technology in the Children,
A summary of Becta’s review and revision of the original e-strategy to
Aimed at school leaders, this useful guide looks at how Becta is
This highlights key issues that underpin the success of the 14-19 reform
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The library of the Living History is curated and maintained by TPEA. However, we cannot achieve this without the support of our wider communities and TPEA members. We are hugely grateful to both Professor Peter Avis from BECTA and Dr. Richard Millwood from Core Education UK who have donated resources and content for the timeline. Supported by Sandra Crapper, Maureen Gurr, Professor Margaret Cox OBE, Nick Rushby, BESA, BECTA, Professor Stephen Heppell and Joy Hooper, they have all generously given their knowledge and expertise .