Thirty-five years ago, Dominic Savage co-founded what is now known as the Bett Show. He looks ahead to Bett 2020 – which runs from January 22 to 25 – and what the future of ed-tech holds

It was back in 1985 that I realised my dream for an event where educators could come together to network, share ideas and see all the latest digital resources to support learning.

Back then the show was called the “High-Technology and Computers in Education Exhibition”, but over the years it soon transitioned to what we know it as today, Bett.

The success of Bett over the years is based on its constant evolution in line with the education sector’s ever-changing needs; helping teachers, school leaders, governors, parents and the wider school and college community to raise standards, reduce workload and, hopefully, look at their teaching in a slightly different way.

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