La BBC rapporte que :
The government says more than 800,000 children and young people in England are currently not online at home and wants to close the « digital divide ».
The home access taskforce, chaired by Schools Minister Jim Knight, will look at how government, the IT industry and education charities can work together.
The government wants to ensure pupils have internet access either at home or through after-schools clubs and extended schools.
Un modèle à retenir?
La phrase clé selon moi est la suivante : « We need to come up with a sustainable solution which will work for future generations as well as this one, building on existing good practice rather than looking for a quick fix. »