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ICT strategy: governors' role

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Last updated on 14 November 2016
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What role should governors play in developing and implementing an ICT strategy? One of our associate experts sets out the role of governors in developing school ICT strategy and monitoring its implementation. Another of our experts explains governors' role in the process of building new ICT suites.

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Contents

  1. 1 Governors' role in developing and implementing an ICT strategy
  2. 2 Suggest that the school put targets in place
  3. 3 Ensure sufficient funding is available
  4. 4 Ensure ICT teaching is adequate
  5. 5 Monitor the strategy's impact on pupils
  6. 6 Support innovation and community involvement
  7. 7 Monitoring the strategy: processes
  8. 8 Hardware and software for a new ICT suite: governors' role

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