The Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027 builds on the achievements and ambition of the previous strategy and aims to further support the school system to ensure that all learners have the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills they need to successfully navigate an ever evolving digital world. The strategy has been developed following a wide ranging and extensive consultation process and sets out high level objectives under three key pillars.
Baseline report: Towards a Successor Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027
This report, prepared by Prof. Deirdre Butler and Dr. Margaret Leahy, reviews the implementation and effectiveness of the Digital Strategy for Schools 2015-2020 and highlights areas for consideration for inclusion in the new Strategy.
Baseline Report: Towards a Successor Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027
The development of the Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027 has been informed by a wide-ranging and extensive consultation process in order to ensure that all voices were given an opportunity to contribute and inform its development. Findings from the consultation process will also help inform the development of the associated Implementation Plan. Reports on the consultation process are as follows: