According to this website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-33427816 "The Raspberry Pi has been an amazing success since it was launched in 2012" IMHO, there is no evidence to back up this claim, made by private companies to the very gullible BBC. It seems the BBC has lost all powers of critical evaluation and seems to suck in all the hyperbole fed to it without any checking, requirements for evidence and some cynicism of claims made by private, profit-seeking companies. My experience is that no schools in my area have had the time, money, training, resources, space or inclination to plan and deliver sets of Pi lessons. A few teachers bought one with good intentions, but that was as far as it ever got. Claims that this has been an 'amazing success' is not supported by any independent evidence and the BBC should be thoroughly ashamed of its poor journalistic offerings on this issue.