Industry cheers Computing A-level uptick

Doug Woodburn
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Industry cheers Computing A-level uptick

Proportion of girls taking Computing has doubled over last five years, with the number of girls and boys taking STEM subjects also on the rise

The rise in the number of students - and girls in particular - taking Computing and other STEM A-levels has been hailed as a potential tonic for the UK tech industry's painful skills shortage. According...

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