The Roehampton Annual Computing Education Report

This report from the University of Roehampton looks at how many pupils achieved GCSE and A-level computing qualifications in 2017. It shows that the revolution in computing education in English schools is faltering - and that fewer children are getting the digital skills that employers and the government say are vital.

ICT (Information and Communication Technology) – which was widely derided as being no more than a course in Microsoft Office skills – is being phased out of the curriculum and disappears after this summer as an exam subject. 

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