BESA: ICT in schools 1991-2015

The digital revolution has changed our world and, among other things, has focused attention on education, just as the industrial revolution did before it. In the UK, computer technology has played a central part in the drive to raise standards in schools to meet the new challenges posed by the new kind of economy and culture brought on by the shift to digital media and digital tools.

The British Education Suppliers Association (BESA), a MirandaNet Partner,  provides a longitudinal study of the headlong rush to bring schools into the information age during the period from 1991-2015 . This fascinating overview provides a picture of what went well, what mistakes could have been avoided and what lessons can be learned for future decision making.

Download the ICT Use in Schools Report