New school in Shetland raises questions about the value of Virtual Schools

Monday, 25 April 2011

The building of a new school in a remote part of the UK has led to an interesting local debate on the value of virtual schooling as a way to overcome limitations in facilities and a lack of resources.

Graham White, writing in the Shetland Times, asks “isn’t it time we moved into the 21st century properly and started using more of the brilliant technological facilities and innovations currently available to us?”. Read the rest of Graham’s thought-provoking article.

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