Australia's new government will continue with the development of a new digital technologies curriculum, the nation's first formal effort to teach computer science from kindergarten to year ten in every primary and high school. Drafts of the new curriculum have been under way for more than a year. Early efforts questioned whether …
If the coalition do anything
then they would most likely increase the relevance of coursework to industry. That would be in keeping with their philosophical bias. Coincidentally, that would probably be the best outcome for students.
The process seems a bit shambolic
Google issue - "nsw curriculum support technology" there is a techtalk on the page that best matches. In that techtalk is a description of what has happened since the 1st draft. I cried when I read it.
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