Which countries are models for computer-science education?

01/10/2012 | Guardian (London), The

As England seeks to improve computer-science instruction, countries such as Scotland, South Korea and Israel are considered pioneers in teaching the subject. In Scotland, the use of technology is widespread, and in some secondary schools computing is taught across the curriculum. In South Korea, students as young as 12 are taught basic computing concepts, such as simple algorithms and programming.

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