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Schools, businesses grapple with schools' computer education


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas leaders in business, education and politics are considering ways to update the state's school curriculums to teach students computer science skills that will prepare them for how technology is changing the world.

Making the changes would require overcoming several obstacles, including how to add more computer science courses without reducing time for traditional science subjects, and attracting and keeping computer experts who generally make much higher salaries in the private sector, Kansas News Service reports .

Rep. Steve Huebert, an engineer who leads the Ka...

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