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  • Apple expands coding scheme to future-proof education
  • Apple expands coding scheme to future-proof education
    Lee Campbell (2016) ©
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Apple expands coding scheme to future-proof education

With 90% of future jobs set to require digital literacy, today's students will need to be well-versed in back-end tech processes. To this end, Apple is expanding its 'Everyone Can Code’ education initiative across Europe, positioning itself as a leader in tech by future-proofing it, rather than just selling it.

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