2335 PCs are still on way

ONLY 690 of the computers promised to the region under the federal government’s Digital Education Revolution Scheme have been rolled out to Bundaberg schools.

Education Queensland chief information officer David O’Hagan said 2335 more computers would be purchased for Bundaberg students by December 31 next year.

“Bundaberg North State High School, Bundaberg Special School, Bundaberg State High School and Kepnock State High Schools have all received computers,” Mr O’Hagan said.

The computers purchased included 29 Apple desktops, 420 Dell desktops, 234 Dell laptops and seven HP desktops.

The computers were promised by Kevin Rudd during the 2007 election campaign.



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