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Australia’s digital revolution

Kevin Rudd

Gillard, J, 2008, ‘National Secondary School Computer Fund: Round One‘, Media Release

Refers to research into the access to computers in Australian secondary schools. Almost one thousand secondary schools had a student to computer ratio of 1:8 or worse (note that these stats only count computers of age < 4 years). The average for all australian schools was 1:5. The policy aims to achieve a 1:1 student:computer ratio by December 2011 (see for example: Rudd, K., 2009, ‘Digital Education Revolution National Partnership‘)

  1. Vicki
    March 28, 2010 at 1:35 am

    I just googled “kevin rudd digital revolution” for my research journal and your blog post was the third result 😀

    • March 28, 2010 at 2:29 am

      Bit worrying 😛 Cheers Vicki, hope your second review is going ok. Mine is ‘in press’ at the moment

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