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CAS School ICT Infrastructure Whitepaper

Practical help with infrastructure issues for those wishing to embrace the teaching of Computer Science

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This document is aimed at school decision makers who are considering introducing Computer Science into the curriculum and will also be a valuable reference for infrastructure providers.

It describes the competing needs of the teachers and learners with the needs of the infrastructure service providers, whether they are school employed or an outsourced service provider. It explains the dilemmas and decisions school leaders need to make in striking the right balance between usability and security. It provides a set of generic solutions to the question; ‘What ICT infrastructure options does a school have when considering teaching Computer Science?’

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