Teachers in Scotland lead effort to offer computer-gaming curriculum

07/26/2010 | Scotsman (Edinburgh), The

At the request of teachers, Scottish officials have developed a secondary-school curriculum in computer-game design and programming that is expected to be available in September. Supporters of the initiative say it will help introduce students -- especially females -- to game design, which has been identified "as a key industry for Scotland," according to this article.

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