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Next government must ensure coding in schools is a priority

Craig Law, Progress | July 13, 2016
Computer programming in schools is a key national issue that needs to be addressed if we have any hope of becoming a hub of innovation and technology

The Australian Computer Society clearly identifies the challenge; in ten years' computer programming will be the most common language in the world. Whoever is the next government must ensure every young Australian can read and write the global language of the digital age through coding in schools initiatives and investing in teacher's training.

Craig Law is managing director ANZ at Progress

Source: Computerworld Australia

 

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