America’s unmet need for top talent in information technology (IT) and computer science (CS) is a longstanding problem. However, a new report from the IT + CS Business Advisory Council, Addressing America’s Growing Demand for IT and CS: The Case for Change in K–12 Education, identifies what businesses, education leaders and policymakers can do to address this skills gap.
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90% of parents want kids to study CS, but just 35% of US high schools teach it! A new report from IT + CS Business Advisory Council partnering with @Codeorg identifies what we can do to create opportunities for students to learn IT & CS skills. https://t.co/cv3KpOu4bY #CSforAll pic.twitter.com/23A8q1ZpnE
— Code.org (@codeorg) June 27, 2019
Demand for IT and computer science jobs remains high, but supply of skilled workers remains low. A new report from IT + CS Business Advisory Council explains why these skills should be a priority in K-12 education and what we can all do to help. https://t.co/1GAzXNT2Zo #CsForAll
— CSEdWeek (@CSEdWeek) June 27, 2019