Gove promises 'more rigorous and interesting' ICT curriculum that 'captures the imagination of girls'

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'I fully recognise that too few girls study ICT or computing' says education minister

Education secretary Michael Gove has told Computing that he recognises that not enough girls study IT as a school subject, and has vowed that the new national curriculum will present "a more rigorous and...

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