Report: "Key data in learning and innovation trhough ICT at school in Europe (2011) published today

The European Commission published today the 2011 report on “Key data on learning and innovation through ICT at school in Europe”. According to the report, young people predominantly use computers and the internet at home for entertainment rather than school-related work. It also reveals that on a weekly basis, 83% of 15-year-olds use their computers for fun, while 46% use them for homework. The research shows that only 20% use computers at school for experiments, literacy or foreign languages classes.

The full report , as well as highlights, can be downloaded here: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/key_data_en.php