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Infrastructure for what? What infrastructure?

  title={Infrastructure for what? What infrastructure?},
  author={Kathryn P. Moyle},
It is argued here, that the infrastructure required to include new technologies into school education requires complex inter-relationships to be developed and maintained between schools’ human, organisational and physical infrastructures. Here ‘infrastructure’ refers to the underlying frameworks or systems that enable schools to function. Often the word ‘infrastructure’ is interpreted only as the physical buildings and equipment within a school. Here, the term ‘infrastructure’ is interpreted… 

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