Core computer literacy will be essential in the global job market, so maybe it's time to start looking at programming as a baseline skill and not as a differentiator, argues Neil McAllister in a blog entry for InfoWorld. If the U.S. is to remain competitive in the 21st century, American students need to be brought up to par with those in the rest of the world. And if modernizing education is the name of the game, maybe it's time we incorporated fundamental computer literacy into the curriculum of U.S. public schools. “Computing devices are everywhere. But the one thing that


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