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by Paris Cowan, Intermedium, Wednesday 20 June 2012. "The Victorian Auditor General anticipates that in just a few years time Victorian high school students will find themselves worse off in terms of computer access due to the absence of any plans to address the looming obsolescence of more than 100,000 student laptops.
Under the National Secondary Schools Computer Fund (NSSCF) the Commonwealth has funded the delivery of laptops into schools across Australia, aiming to have provided one device for each student in years 9 to 12 by 31 December 2011. So far, 83,155 of these computers have been delivered into Victorian schools, with another 34,000 still to come..."
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