Welsh government to spend £39m on faster broadband in schools

Sooraj Shah
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Schools will also receive funds to buy ICT kit

The Welsh government has invested £39m into faster broadband services for schools, the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones has announced. The investment comes from a new "Learning In Digital W...

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