Coronavirus: Who can get free laptops for home schooling children and how to apply?

The Metro reports on the Government’s plans to supply laptops.

The Government has announced plans to provide disadvantaged children with free laptops and internet connections to allow them to take part in online school classes from home.

The move is part of a push to make remote education accessible for children while schools are closed, and includes a new online academy to offer pupils online lessons.

Read more at: Coronavirus: Who can get free laptops for home schooling children and how to apply?

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