The Digital Landscapes in Australian Schools 2023 report reveals half of secondary schools are now dual learning, utilising a mix of both print and digital resources. And around one third of schools are looking to deepen their digital commitment and become highly tech enabled in the short to medium term future.
- More than half of respondents identified their school as dual learning, utilising both digital and print tools and resources
- More than a third of schools are looking to deepen their digital commitment and become highly tech enabled in the short to medium term future; close to 40% of schools are looking to accelerate their technology strategy
- Non-government schools are more likely to be more tech-enabled than government schools: more non-government schools are highly tech enabled, and government schools are more likely to be early in their digital journey
- Staff technical skills were rated as both critically important and also an area of significant challenge.
About the Digital Landscapes in Australian Schools 2023 report: the research project ran August to November 2022. Specific senior staff from Australian schools invited to participate included Principals, Assistant Principals, eLearning and Innovation Heads, ICT Managers, Heads of Department.
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