One billion dollars over four years is to be spent on
- National Secondary School Computer Fund: up to $1 million per school for ICT for secondary students in Years 9 – 12. While the priority is (including thin clients), the money can also be spent on data projectors, interactive whiteboards, digital cameras and other technology.
- Broadband connections to Australian schools: up to $100 million for high-speed fibre-to-the-school (FTTS)
- Online curriculum content development
- ICT Training for teachers
- Web portals for parents.
An interesting discussion is developing about the Digital Education Revolution over here:
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