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Title Lateline: 07/08/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 streaming video file (28 min. 28 sec.) ; 172679868 bytes
Summary EXPERTS CALL ON COMPUTER CODING TO BE TAUGHT TO CHILDREN IN SCHOOLSWith evidence suggesting Australia's computer literacy is lagging behind other countries, business leaders have called on the Government to introduce coding into schools.INTERVIEW: GREG MILLER, VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF GLOBAL PARTNER OPERATIONS, FOR THE TECHNOLOGY COMPANY SAPEleanor Hall interviews Greg Miller about the importance of computer coding for school children.INTERVIEW: JOHN HARWOOD, CHIEF WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT FOR CNBC AND A POLITICAL WRITER FOR THE NEW YORK TIMESEleanor Hall speaks with John Harwood on his views on the Republican Party debate in Cleveland, Ohio, featuring their top 10 candidates for the US Presidential race
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-08-07 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Computer literacy.
Computer programming -- Study and teaching.
Debates and debating.
Education -- Curricula.
Elections -- Political aspects.
Elections -- U.S. states.
Australia.
Ohio -- Cleveland.
Form Streaming video
Author Hall, Eleanor, host
Brewster, Kerry, reporter
Abbott, Tony, contributor
Cannon, Morgan, contributor
Edwards, Max, contributor
Evans, Deborah, contributor
Harwood, John, contributor
Livingstone, Catherine, contributor
Miller, Greg, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor
Woldhuis, Jemma, contributor