Bitkom welcomes govt's submission for digital education

Friday 27 March 2015 | 15:38 CET | News
German IT association Bitkom has welcomed the government's submission to promote digital education, to improve pupils' IT and social media competencies. The submission takes up a number of proposals made by Bitkom a year ago, including the improvement of interdisciplinary teaching of media competence, the promotion of IT classes starting in primary schools, as well as the extension of efficient infrastructure for digital learning in schools.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Bitkom
Countries: Germany
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