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Financial Times, More pupils are told to ‘bring your own device’ as school budget cuts bite

by Jane Bird | May 04, 2016
Schools in the UK are starting to ask pupils to “bring your own device” to class. So far only 29 per cent of UK secondary schools have opted for some form of BYOD, according to a 2016 survey by RM Education, a supplier of computer products and services.
Schools in the UK are starting to ask pupils to “bring your own device” to class. So far only 29 per cent of UK secondary schools have opted for some form of BYOD, according to a 2016 survey by RM Education, a supplier of computer products and services.