Wales in the Edtech 50 2018

This week the Education Foundation and Edtech UK, in partnership with Jisc, launched the Edtech 50 at the House of Lords. This list is a celebration of the people, products and projects shaping education technology across the UK — and it was great to see Wales well-represented across all categories, including Claire Price (Head of Chepstow School), Kellie Williams (Cornist Park Primary School in Flint), Abbie Davies (Holy Name Catholic Primary School in Fishguard), as well as Duncan Wilson of award-winning Edukey (also based in Fishguard).

The list also recognised the achievements in digital education in Wales — both in policy and supporting practice — as part of ongoing curriculum reform, led in part by the National Digital Learning Council since its inception in 2011:

Check out the full Edtech 50 2018 list.

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