Software schooling: The value of computer science in early education
from Brown Political Review
Squeaky chalkboards and overhead projectors have been classroom staples for decades, but the landscape of public education is quickly changing. Today, teachers seamlessly incorporate computers, smartboards and tablets into their instruction. Yet despite the rapid rise of the digital lifestyle in the wealthiest socioeconomic bracket, less-privileged households lag behind: Almost half of the poorest Americans don't have access to a computer or the Internet at home. Unfortunately, with a lack of technological access often comes a lack of technological skills, which is foreboding as the importance of computers increases in modern life and industry.
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