Beyond gadgets: EdTech to help close the opportunity gap

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Timmis, Sarah; Sundorph, Emilie; El-Gamry, Daniel
Date of publication
28 June 2018
Social Policy, Education and Skills, Children and Young People
Social welfare
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This report illustrates the potential of education technology (EdTech) to help close the opportunity gap. The paper highlights the different areas where EdTech could support disadvantaged pupils and the mechanisms for enabling schools to embrace the opportunities offered by technology.

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