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Raspberry Pi announces £1 million education fund

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The Raspberry Pi has been out for just over two years now, and has been one of the biggest tech success stories in recent times. With millions of Raspberry Pi’s in the wild and countless more millions raised for various charities and open source projects, the foundation has been able to do more than originally expected.

Today, the foundation have announced that they’re creating the Raspberry Pi Foundation Education Fund, a worldwide fund of £1 million that aims to not only fund computing in schools but also education in general.

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