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In Denmark, the government has taken the bold step of giving pupils full access to the internet during their final school-year exams, reports the BBC News. A total of 14 schools in Denmark are piloting the new system of exams, and all schools in the country have been invited to join the scheme by 2011. Students can access any site they like, but they cannot message each other or eMail anyone outside the classroom. The Danish government says if the internet is so much a part of daily life, it should be included in the classroom and in examinations. The
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