Oracle pledges USD 1.4 bln to EU digital literacy, coding

Thursday 1 December 2016 | 15:05 CET | News
The European Commission and DigitalEurope have launched the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, a multi-stakeholder partnership to boost computer science (CS) and coding proficiency at all levels within Europe's workforce pipeline. Oracle has pledged a total of USD 1.4 billion to the project over three years, for direct and in-kind support of CS education throughout the EU. The company said the commitment is part of its greater USD 3.3 billion annual investment to accelerate digital literacy worldwide.

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Companies: European Commission / Oracle
Countries: Europe
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