Five ways the Raspberry Pi Foundation is supporting education in the UK

How the UK's best selling PC is taking on the education sector

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Established in 2009, the Raspberry Pi foundation is a charity that aims to promote computer science in schools, while also putting fun back into computing.

ComputerworldUK spoke to the Raspberry Pi Foundation CEO Philip Colligan to discuss the various ways it's supporting computer science in education, from primary and secondary schools to teacher training and higher education partnerships.

“We are an educational charity which owns a computer company, which is unusual. We describe our mission as putting the power of digital making in the hands of people all over the world,” explains Colligan.

Here are five interesting ways the Raspberry Pi foundation is supporting education in the UK.

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