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|Headteachers' guide to ... Sharing the costs of laptops with parents|
|Posted by: Susan Einhorn|
|As schools have their budgets cut, ensuring children have access to up-to-date technology can become difficult. Could asking parents to contribute towards ICT provision be the answer?
One way to tackle the problem of shrinking information and communications technology (ICT) budgets in schools is to ask parents to share the costs. Although this is a tricky subject to broach when families, too, are feeling the pinch, the contribution required can be quite small.
|Source: The Guardian (UK) | Published: February 1st, 2012|
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