Government laptop scheme a 'national scandal' as 68,000 devices still not delivered


Education unions have branded the government’s scheme to supply laptops to the most disadvantaged children a “national scandal” after new figures showed a third of devices are yet to be delivered two months after the scheme was unveiled.

Julie McCulloch, director of policy at the ASCL, said the government 'needs to do better'. Picture: Parliament TV
Julie McCulloch, director of policy at the ASCL, said the government 'needs to do better'. Picture: Parliament TV

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