England seeks to improve computer science curriculum

12/6/2011 | Guardian (London), The

Secondary schools in the UK should teach students computer science, Education Secretary Michael Gove said in a recent interview. He said officials should meet with scientists, experts in coding and students to craft a new computer science curriculum. "One of the problems we've had is that the [information and communications technology] curriculum in the past has been written for a subject that is changing all the time," Gove said.

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