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One for everybody in the audience?

Australian high schools are rolling out wave after wave of new technology as the government’s digital education revolution advances. And each state and territory has taken a slightly different approach. NSW, for example, has a tightly controlled regime which dictates computers and software, including a pioneering implementation of the new Microsoft operating system, Windows 7, with Year 9 students as guinea pigs.

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