Computers don’t make an education revolution

Sep 4th, 2008 | By David Harper | Category: Opinion

Kenneth Davidson: The Rudd Government’s policy promising every school a computer for every two pupils is a cruel joke. In terms of improving the quality of education it is a second or third-order priority.

The billion dollars allocated for computers would be better spent on things disadvantaged schools are likely to need: decent lavatories, on-site caretakers and teachers’ aides, for a start.

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