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|Learning right skills for the future job (well-paid) job market|
Pupils up and down the country will benefit from the UK’s first National Centre for Computing Education led by British experts, it has been revealed.
A consortium made up of STEM Learning, the British Computing Society and the Raspberry Pi Foundation, has been chosen as the provider for the project, which is backed by £84m of government investment. The Centre will work with the University of Cambridge, while Google will also support the project with a further £1million.According to the BCS; ‘This level of investment is unprecedented anywhere in the world for teacher training in the field of computing and computer science. It is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the way that computer science is taught’.
|Review of publicly funded digital skills qualifications|