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New Zealand Could Require Students to Learn to Code

The New Zealand Ministry of Education has introduced a revised curriculum that would require schools to teach children how to program computers before the time they reach high school, Radio New Zealand reports. On Wednesday, the Ministry of Education released a draft of the initiative that lays out plans to further incorporate digital technologies into the technology-learning area curriculum.
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