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2020 Vision
DfES

In 2020, the children who started in Reception classes in
September 2006 will be entering higher education or
employment. Fourteen years is one entire school generation.
Most new school leaders in 2020 are now in their early years of
teaching or still studying. Many of the parents of the children
who will start primary education in 2020 are just coming to the
end of their own schooling.1
During their school years, children should grow from relative
dependence on their parents and teachers into mature learners,
with the skills to adapt to changing demands. Society’s
aspirations for them are expressed in the outcomes of the
Every Child Matters framework: be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and
achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic
well-being.
Our vision is one in which these aspirations are realised for all
children and young people. The education system will need to
act now if it is to transform the experience of children starting
school today. We do not underestimate the challenges involved.
However, we believe that the process of achieving our vision
will be an exciting one in which many schools are already
leading the way.

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Date added 04/07/2007
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ePortfolios in post-16 learning in the UK


Developments and opportunities.
Author Helen Beetham
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Date added 01/12/2006



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Harnessing technology - an introduction
Becta

In March 2005, the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) published its e-strategy. Harnessing Technology. It set out a system-wide approach to the application of ICT in education, skills and children's services, and identified four key objectives.
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Date added 01/02/2007
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