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The Computing in Schools project involved an extensive evidence gathering exercise with individuals and organisations with an interest in computing. Some of the outputs from this exercise are available in the downloads on the right-hand side of this page.
In March 2011 the Royal Society held a series of stakeholder engagement events related to the Computing in Schools policy study.
These enabled participants to contribute further to the project, and to explore the major themes and issues emerging from the evidence received. Events were held in Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and London.
The Royal Society made a call for evidence for the Computing in Schools policy study in Autumn 2010 which closed in November 2010. We welcomed evidence from all individuals and organisations with an interest in computing.
Shut down or restart?published January 2012.
Evidence gatheringcompleted in August 2010.
Project details and Advisory Groupannounced in August 2010.
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