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Wales' schools 'left behind' in digital age, say experts

Schools in Wales are in danger of being left behind when it comes to digital education, experts have warned.

Changes to the curriculum in England will make it mandatory for primary and secondary school pupils to study computing and coding from September.

But a similar plan will not be introduced in schools in Wales for at least four years.

Welsh government advisor Dr Tom Crick said the delay would leave students here disadvantaged.

Education correspondent Arwyn Jones reports.

  • 23 May 2014
  • From the section Wales
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