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Welsh govt provides funds to help 'digitally excluded' students with home learning

Friday 1 May 2020 | 16:21 CET | News
The Welsh Government has announced an extra GBP 3 million of funding to support 'digitally excluded' school students who are unable to access online learning from home during the Covid-19 pandemic. This part of the 'Stay Safe. Stay Learning' programme.

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