Over 70% of EU Students Never Code at School


Over 70 percent of both lower and higher secondary school students within the European Union never or “almost never” engage in coding or programming at school

These are the findings of a survey conducted by the European Commission on the current state of ICT in education and published today.

The striking report, which surveyed 85,000 head teachers, teachers, students and parents from the EU’s 29 member states, Norway, Iceland and Turkey, also found that a gender divide is alive and well, with girls less likely to be coding.

The report shows the “urgent need to scale-up events such as Code

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