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Computing in schools in 'steep decline'
by Rory Cellan-Jones, Technology Correspondent
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8 May 2019
On 8 May 2019 BBC News reported:
An annual study by the University of Roehampton has found that fewer 16-year-olds in England are getting a computing qualification. It also said schools have cut back on the hours spent teaching the subject. ... However, with entries for computer science growing only slowly it looks certain that far fewer 16-year-olds will emerge with any computing qualification. ... 'It looks likely that hundreds of thousands of students, particularly girls and poorer students, will be disenfranchised from a digital education over the next few years,' said Peter Kemp, senior lecturer in computing education at the University of Roehampton.
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