|School Children Shrug Off Enmities in Cyberspace|
|Kevin Smith (email@example.com)|
Tue, 12 Sep 2006 20:34:08 -0500
By Kevin Smith|
Cyberspace get-togethers between schoolchildren in British-ruled
These are the conclusions of research by education experts on both
The research is based on findings from the "Dissolving Boundaries"
Pupils communicate with each other through computer and
"We know that the right kind of contact between young people reduces
Northern Ireland suffered more than 30 years of sectarian conflict up
Experts say the success of the Irish project could pave the way for
Closer to home, they say, the project could be applied in England to
The report, "Dissolving Boundaries: Building Communities of Practice,"
Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.
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