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|Beware the digital entrepreneurs who are opening their own schools
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|Williamson B (2016) Beware the digital entrepreneurs who are opening their own schools. The Conversation. 15.06.2016. https://theconversation.com/beware-the-digital-entrepreneurs-who-are-opening-their-own-schools-54626
|First paragraph: To children who love computer games, it could be a dream come true. In early February, Nicky Morgan, secretary of state for education,announced plansto open two new free schools focusing on computer programming skills in 2017. The schools – in London and Bournemouth – are founded by Ian Livingstone, a video-games entrepreneur, who was also a major player in the recent introduction of computing as a subject in the English national curriculum. Access this article on The Conversation website at: https://theconversation.com/beware-the-digital-entrepreneurs-who-are-opening-their-own-schools-54626
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