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British parents are put off printing teaching materials due to high ink costs, Epson research finds

Epson UK's latest survey of 2,000 UK parents found that the cost of printing is having a negative impact on home-schooling, with children aged 4-14 spending an average of 90 minutes a day watching educational videos, despite 60% of parents preferring their kids to learn on paper.

Agile working in education and business: Epson introduces new interactive displays

Epson introduces its first 5,000 lumen interactive collaboration displays with the new EB-1480FI and EB-1485FI. These innovative new models can scale their display size based on the usage environment to help promote agile working, while increasing productivity and communication.

Outdated #EdTech equals lost teaching time

As the old adage goes, size matters – and nowhere is that as true as in the classroom, where teaching equipment is vital for every pupil’s education.

University of Plymouth winners of Epson's international Win-a-Robot contest

Innovative project from the university is selected among six across Europe to win cutting-edge robots from global electronics manufacturer Epson.

Classroom tech not making the grade: 'Cheap Seats' impact student exam results

40% of UK teachers have noticed a direct correlation between pupils sitting in classroom ‘cheap seats’ and their performance, according to new Epson research

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