An international study gauges students' computer and information literacy skills, along with computational thinking.

Are students’ information literacy skills up to par?


An international study gauges students' computer and information literacy skills, along with computational thinking

U.S. eighth-graders scored above the international average for computer and information literacy, but they also struggle with some key 21st-century employability skills, according to an international study.

The International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS) measures eighth-graders' ability to use computers to investigate, create, participate, and communicate at home, at school, in their future workplace, and in their communities. The 2018 study's results were released in the
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