edtech2eLearningworld News from Sweden

The opposition parties in the Swedish Parliament yesterday proposed a new national digital strategy for schools. The proposal is supported by the Teacher Union, the chairman Bo Jansson, explains: “We are lagging behind in Sweden. It is urgent that we get a broad political agreement around this so we can get concrete results.” As a part of this strategy the Teacher Union also demands continual teacher training in order to make use of the technology in the best possible way. Both public- and private schools should be included in the strategy. Source: Press Release Lärarnas Riksförbund