Coding skills should be basic measure of computer literacy for children

Dawinderpal Sahota
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The Royal Society sparks debate on plummeting levels of ICT education

The number of IT students in the UK is falling drastically The Royal Society has expressed concern about the way that IT is taught in schools, claiming that numbers of students studying computing...

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