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England’s schools to receive fewer laptops for distance learning

Headteachers express anger after change in allocation process

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Headteachers in England have expressed anger after learning the number of laptops they will receive next term has been reduced following the introduction of a new allocation process.

The Department for Education says it has purchased more than 96,000 additional devices and its new system is designed to “more accurately align orders with the number of students schools typically have self-isolating, ensuring as many children as possible benefit from receiving a device this term”.

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