Study: Australian students are limited in computer know-how

04/22/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

A little more than half of Australian youth know how to properly use computers, according to a study from Australian Council for Educational Research, which studied 11,000 children in years 6 and 10. The results were based on students' grasp of the Information and Communication Technology standard. Officials say that student proficiency is up since the first round of tests in 2005.

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