Ofsted: England's computer education is lacking

12/14/2011 | Guardian (London), The

Inadequate technology lessons in England's secondary schools are harming students' future job prospects and the economy as a whole, says the country's education watchdog. A review by Ofsted found that many schools do not offer mandatory lessons in Information and Communication Technology. The multiyear study also found that many teachers are unqualified to teach the subject.

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