Dutch govt devotes more spending to digital literacy

Tuesday 19 March 2019 | 15:44 CET | News
The Dutch government announced plans to invest more in digital literacy. This is part of an overall budget for literacy of EUR 425 million in the period 2020-24, an increase of EUR 35 million from the previous budget period. 

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