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Report: 80% of parents favor prioritizing digital literacy

Government Technology / FOLSOM, Calif. – (article excerpt) Parents of middle and high school students in the U.S. view funding for technology education and digital literacy programming as a top priority. 
That was the finding of a recent report about parent perceptions of technology and careers produced by the IT nonprofit CompTIA, based on a survey of 1,108 parents across the country, 80 percent of whom said they believe students need more instruction focused on digital-literacy education to teach students critical career skills. The report was conducted by CompTIA Spark, an arm of CompTIA that focuses on social impact and offers free technology curriculum resources for middle school classrooms. 




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