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Government tells

tech industry to

launch schools'


Education Secretary Damian Hinds has

challenged the tech industry to launch

an education revolution for schools,

colleges and universities.

In some schools state-of-the-art

technology is bringing education to life

by helping children take virtual trips

through the Amazon and control robots,

while also slashing the time their teachers

are spending on burdensome

administrative tasks.

However, only a minority of schools and

colleges are currently taking advantage

of these opportunities. The Education

Secretary is calling on industry - both the

UK's burgeoning tech sector and Silicon

Valley giants like Apple and Microsoft - to

help tackle the five biggest issues facing

schools and classroom teachers today.

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Global e-learning

set to continue



Strong growth for the e-learning sector has

been predicted in different research reports

offering similar but distinct numbers at

different points in time.

According to research outfit Stratistics

MRC, the global e-learning market was

worth $165.21 billion in 2015 and is

expected to reach $275.10 billion by 2022

growing at a CAGR of 7.5% during the

forecast period.

In a separate work market research firm

Global Industry Analysts projected elearning would reach $107 billion in 2015

and it did. Now, in its Research and

Markets forecasts its suggest revenue will

triple from 2015 levels to grow to $325

billion by 2025.

The key factors that are favouring the

market growth are flexibility in learning, low

cost, easy accessibility and increased

effectiveness by animated learning.


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