Children as young as 5 will be learning to create computer programs in the latest UK education changes.
Common Sense Media CEO Jim Steyer tells Larry Magid about his organization's new curriculum, designed to "raise a generation of responsible, smart, and safe digital citizens."
commentary Common Sense Media rolls out a curriculum for middle school kids that respects youth while providing adult guidance for ethical, productive, and safe use of technology.
Due to an editing error, this story misstated the month in which S. Shankar Sastry became the dean of the college of engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. He became dean in July.
The new national curriculum in the UK will see kids learning skills associated with new technologies as of next year.
Education has long revolved around reading, writing, and arithmetic. But Code.org wants to see coding added to the curriculum. CNET's Sumi Das looks at the efforts to introduce computer science into schools.
The initiative is part of a curriculum overhaul at the University of Western Sydney that will stress a "blended learning model."
The UK government is rebooting the current IT curriculum to teach schoolkids how to code and build apps, as of September.
Jeff Weiner says LinkedIn will evolve to help companies do things like determine skill gaps and create just-in-time curriculum to "train workers for the jobs of tomorrow."