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More than half of all secondary school teachers in Britain have their own email addresses, according to figures just released by the Government.

Make no mistake - that's a massive rise if you think that in 1998 just nine per cent had email.

The Government wants 75 per cent of teachers to be online by 2002.

Launching a raft of new Internet services for teachers Minister for School Standards, Estelle Morris, said new technology can help make teachers' working lives simpler and more effective. ®

Comprehension Test

Right, now you've read the story here are a few questions to ensure you've taken the info on board.


  1. How many teachers have access to email?
  2. What percentage increase was there based on the figures from three and a half years ago?
  3. If it takes three Government ministers 37 days to dig a hole how long is it until the next general election?

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