A new digital education system has been launched in Wales aimed at learners aged three to 19.
It means teachers and students will be able to access resources online through a virtual learning hub.
The Welsh Government says it'll 'transform' learning in Wales. Education experts welcome the news but say traditional teaching methods should also continue.
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