Computing as a requirement for everyone, from a collegiate reporter

August 1, 2012 at 3:35 am 1 comment

A piece from a collegiate reporter on requiring computing in undergraduate and high school classes.

Math, writing, history and…computer science?

A typical list of required courses for a college student today does not include computer science — but should it?

via The power of computing | USA TODAY College.

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