Sunday, 22 September 2019

Is poor broadband access stunting UK children's development?

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 22 August 18

New research by the NFU and the Learning Foundation suggests that up to 1 million UK children could be unable to secure sufficient time online

  Children who are able to access the internet on a regular basis can expect a 25 per cent boost in their examination grades, according to new research by the National Farmers' Union. Additionally, the UK's Learning Foundation estimates that 1 million children across the country averaged a grade lower than their full potential due to limited internet access…

  Children who are able to access the internet on a regular basis can expect a 25 per cent boost in their examination grades, according to new research by the National Farmers' Union. Additionally, the UK's Learning Foundation estimates that 1 million children across the country averaged a grade lower than their full potential due to limited internet access…

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