By Mark Davis, Keypoint Intelligence

Colour printing in schools has always been a contentious issue. Those advocating for its use, citing benefits to learning inside and outside the classroom, are often side-lined by those who claim it wastes an already tight budget. As recently as 2019, the UK government issued schools with guidelines on how to manage their finances. One of the suggestions is to remove colour printing entirely across the board. According to Lord Agnew, removing colour printing can “make a difference to something that is not painful.” In some cases, school IT administrators have removed the colour tab completely from their hardware in order to carry out this edict.

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