On 10 Feb 2009, at 17:57, Richard Smedley wrote:

I'm suggesting 500 or 600 wholly new web apps, designed to cover the whole curriculum. A framework would be specified, and commissions given to *UK*
developers - including bids from schools.

Of course the EU won't let us do it, but there's probably a creative way
to frame the tender process. After all, other countries manage.

Mark Shuttleworth is developing a set of education material coursework that can be freely distributed. I met someone at the Over The Air event last year who had been working on it, based out of South Africa of course but intended for worldwide distribution.

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