DFE published an education technology policy paper today.
Julian Gravatt, Deputy Chief Executive, Association of Colleges, comments:
“Colleges have always been at the forefront of using technology in education and training and in helping people to acquire technological-related skills. To some extent, the education sector has been behind others in applying technology to its core activities. This needs to be a priority in the 2020s.
College leaders look forward to working with DfE and others to make this happen both in the development of new initiatives like Institutes of Technology, T-levels and the National Retraining Scheme but also in improving the quality and relevance of education for millions of young people and adults.”