The Royal Society has joined forces with Microsoft and Google to transform how computing is taught in UK schools, it was revealed on Thursday.
The partnership will look at the challenges teachers have faced since computer science was introduced into the national curriculum in 2014. They will then look at what still needs to be done to improve courses, including encouraging more youngsters – especially girls – to get involved in the technology sector.
The study, commissioned by The Royal Society and funded by Microsoft and Google, aims to provide teachers with high quality classroom…
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