From the extended review of the ICT-for-learning policies and activities in the EU, it seems that those countries that are running a rather decentralized school system, whereby autonomy in decision-making concerning the curriculum, school program, equipping, etc., is being sustained, as it is in the case of the Nordic countries, the UK and the Netherlands, those countries show a comparative progress. The progress has to do with an increased and more demanding use of ICT in the learning process.
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