Schools in Vietnam focus heavily on computers, programming

03/22/2013 | Register (U.K.), The

Vietnam's focus on introducing students early to lessons on computers and programming appears to be paying off with reports that high-school students in the country are prepared to pass rigorous interviews with technology firm Google, according to observations made by Google engineer Neil Fraser. As early as Year 2, students in Vietnam are learning about the basics of computers, and by Year 4 they have moved on to programming.

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