Can a £15 computer solve the programming gap?
Peter Price looks at a device called the Raspberry Pi, a whole computer squeezed onto a single circuit board, aimed to be simple enough that writing programs for it will be child’s play.
This article from BBC Click discusses the paucity of programming in UK schools. Perhaps the Raspberry Pi will solve the problem. The article makes it clear that it may be teachers who are the obstacle…again. (Thanks to Miles Berry for the link)