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Caretaker’s home used to teach migrant children

So how can we teach our migrant children which turn up on our doorstep? What thought did Tony Blair give to this when he opened our doors to their families? Just to let you know what is happening in Fenland, my home patch, where a secondary school has resorted to using a caretaker’s house to cope with the demands of teaching English to children from migrant families. The property became...
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How good is a $100 laptop?

  Can you imagine the excitement of these young Nigerian school children who have been given a $100 laptop each as part of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) programme in Africa. Some of them don’t even have a television at home. Their local community built their school, now well worn, from plaster, wood and tin. It educates 150 students and three classes are crammed into the two-room...
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