Time for the US to buckle down on computer-science education
from The Hill
Today's global job market requires computer skills at unprecedented levels. As the world becomes more technologically interdependent, it is critical that American students have the skills to compete with their global counterparts. That is why it is imperative that the next president be an unwavering champion of expanded computer science education. The Obama administration made progress when it announced its new Computer Science for All initiative in February, which allocated $4 billion in federal money to help teach computer science to grades K-12. This was a good start, but we must do even more.
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