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Network of Excellence - DfE Reports

Copies of reports submitted to DfE re progress made with the NoE

Simon Humphreys

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last edited Dec 19 2017 by Simon Humphreys



The CAS Network of Teaching Excellence in Computer Science is CAS’s main project for supporting, training, and equipping teachers to as they implement the Computing programmes of study in their classroom.

The Network of Excellence is described on the above link. It is funded by the Department for Education, and we are required to produce regular reports about what the NoE has achieved. Those reports are collected here. They give a detailed insight into how the NoE works, how it has evolved over time, and what it has done.

For further information about the CAS Network of Excellence see here

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