ICT lessons should be dropped from UK curriculum

Dawinderpal Sahota
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IT trade body Intellect wants schools to end ICT as a subject and recommends alternatives

ICT lessons should be dropped from the UK schools curriculum entirely, as the subject is failing both pupils and employers, according to IT trade body Intellect. Instead, the government should replace...

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