Coronavirus: Outdated IT systems pushed to the limit by large-scale remote working, say schools

The Independent reports that the Association of School and College Leaders says technology in some classrooms is like ‘dark ages’

Outdated school IT systems are struggling to cope with a surge in demand as learning has moved online during the coronavirus outbreak.

Technology in many schools is like the “dark ages” compared with other sectors, the headteachers’ union warned.

School leaders have faced a series of issues with IT infrastructure this week as they closed their doors to the majority of pupils and turned to an alternative learning experience for students at home.

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