It might seem self-defeating to some, but Denmark's Education Ministry is seriously considering allowing the use of the internet during school exams, IceNews reports. Use of the internet among Danish students is so pervasive that the government believes they should be allowed to access it during their final exams in secondary school. The ministry is presently in the middle of a 2-year trial at 13 schools around the country, and the Berlingske Tidende newspaper reports that the first batch of evaluations has been overwhelmingly positive. Gorm Leschly, head of the secondary school teachers' association, says, "It's only a question of...

Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our
news and resources and get
eCampus News Today email newsletter

About the Author:

eSchool News