Utah seeks to expand students' computer literacy beyond Facebook

07/15/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

In Utah, a task force is expected to release a report in the fall detailing the level of computer literacy students should have to graduate. Just because the students are able to surf the Internet and navigate Facebook does not mean they are "computer literate," said Cody Henrichsen, a computer science teacher at Canyons School District. Currently, students are required to show basic proficiency, such as creating documents and spreadsheets.

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