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BECTABritish Education Communications Technology Agency (Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK)
BECTA[not an acronym] (formerly British Educational Communications and Technology Agency; UK)
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Niel McLean, executive director for schools and families at Becta, said Llanedeyrn Primary "thoroughly deserved" the accolade.
Hit by cuts: (clockwise from top left) Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency, subsidies for the Longbridge redevelopment the General Teaching Council, the police, and schools technology agency BECTA
The report, published by government agency British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta), also reveals 56% of children are often left feeling confused by their parents' advice.
The Paddock pupils beat off competition from more than 100 schools across the country to make the shortlist for Becta's ICT Excellence Awards.
They were also recently awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark, the Becta ICT Mark and Artsmark Gold, which was the second time the school had received the award.
Within the UK the Government agency Becta (formerly known as the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) funded a study into the main purposes of ePortfolio development.
Choose a product that has industry compliancy such as CIPA, BECTA, HIPPA and the Internet Watch Foundation.
Dr Brown has been involved in educational computing for over 30 years and is Expert Consultant to Becta, the United Kingdom Government's education technology agency.
Lodged by Becta (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency), a government advisor, this complaint will feed the Commission's latest anti-trust investigation, opened last January, into the lack of interoperability in the Office suite, which includes software such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint (see Europolitics 3449).
The solution will be built using open standards, such as SIF and Shibboleth, which have been identified by Becta, a UK government agency for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in education, as the preferred approach for delivering web-delivered services in UK schools.