Is there such a thing as a school satellite navigation system? If there was, who would choose to use it? Could one system suit everyone? Would the system just require a leader to type in their desired destination, choose the route – fastest, shortest or a route which avoids motorways and tolls – and then just simply follow the instructions as given?
I am sure that there are many out there, involved in education, who would think it really is this simple and that regardless of type of school, area, particular circumstance and need, you couldn’t really lose your way if you followed the instructions.
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