The Uni of Canberra’ STEM Education Research Centre and Samsung Australia’s research findings demonstrates “teaching methods that can improve STEM skill development among Australians students".
Code Camp, an idea to teach Australian kids from five years or older how to “code”, hopes to reach 200,000 Australian children by 2020 with HP’s help.
The Australian Computer Society says the budget falls short in providing sufficient funds to address the ICT skills gap and wants the federal government to allocate more funding to overcome the problem.
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