schools spending on ICT is set to rise for the first time in three years
A report released by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has found that schools spending on ICT is set to rise for the first time in three years.
BESA’s research found that only 33% of secondary schools and 60% of primary schools feel they are adequately equipped with ICT infrastructure and devices and that primary schools are planning to allocate some of their budget to devices for pupils and teachers.
Primary schools are projected to spend more on ICT during 2018/19, with an increase equating to an average of £400 per primary school, with the overall market impact forecast to extend spending by around £7m. The forecast for secondary schools during this period is also more positive, with spending increasing by £9m.
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