It was a bold ambition to make England a world leader – but now it turns out that its digital skills revolution is shaping up to be a flop.
England was hailed as a pioneer when it became the first country in the world to embed computer programming throughout the compulsory school curriculum in 2014.
Children learn how to code from as young as five, as part of a efforts to equip them with the skills needed to thrive in the digital economy of the future, and make England a world-leader in information technology.
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