DO we need a rethink about how IT is taught in schools?
That is the view of Ian Livingstone, co-founder of the celebrated computer games firm, Games Workshop. He is due in Scotland later this month to address the Edinburgh International Culture Summit, which will bring together the culture ministers from around 35 countries. He will argue that computer science is the "new Latin" because it underpins our increasingly digital world. As an analytical discipline and a system of logical thinking, he argues that it is as relevant as physics, chemistry or biology.
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