How did you do in Computing's mock GCSE?
EdExcel sample questions show a range of skills will be put to the test
However economics, maths and chemistry study are up as STEM popularity rises
Education secretary Michael Gove explains to Peter Gothard why he believes his new Computing curriculum will produce individuals who are better able to thrive in an increasingly digitised world
Special adviser to the education minister also suspended
Gove promises 'more rigorous and interesting' ICT curriculum that 'captures the imagination of girls'
'I fully recognise that too few girls study ICT or computing' says education minister
Shadow Minister of the Cabinet Office says more investment in educating the public will make the country safer
Education minister will not 'wade in' over resources or teaching methods to assist teachers' transition to new curriculum
After new curriculum guidelines, is education secretary still hedging his bets?
Education secretary Michael Gove has spoken, but what does the industry make of infant coders and Boolean logic for seven year olds?
The prime minster's speech yesterday promised a UK freed from the apparent dangers of adult material. But can such censorship really be achieved?
£500m agreement will replace the Becta ICT services framework
Jon Ramsey, CTO of Dell SecureWorks, tells Computing more skilled professionals are needed to fight epidemic of cyber crime
Games company follows Microsoft and Google into the education sector
Digital skills targets remain 'woolly' says BSI education committee chairman
'Passing on core knowledge' should not be central aim of ICT curriculum reforms, says former Naace chair
Curiosity and creativity also hugely important to ICT teaching, says Berry
Boolean logic, abstraction and software testing skills all to figure highly in revised ICT
Value of qualifications must be tested, says co-founder Poplawska
Schools in contracting authorities want MIS solution in tender worth up to £50m
Computing looks back at the most important public sector stories of the past six months
North Carolina State University received 450 applications for 80 course places
11 per cent of secondary education conducted through apps, according to trade body BESA
De Montfort University and Deloitte seem more interested in quantity rather than quality
Course will look into hacker psychology and industrial control systems security