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It is not clear at this time whether other school districts on their own will be able to take advantage of this approach (see Hunter, Section IV in this volume) without outside funding support for development and implementation. If some viable arrangement can be made between public education and industry, patterned after some combination of the elements described above, then computer literacy levels can be raised dramatically for pre-college students within the next five years. The much rumored voucher system might be the catalyst to create the market to serve the needs in public education.
L. (1980). "A Conceptual Framework for Developing Computer Literacy Instruction," Presentation at the Association of Computing Machinery in Tennessee, October 28, 1980. A. (1981). "Multi-Micro Learning Environments: A Preliminary Report on the Solo/NET/works Project," Byte, January, pp. 104-114. G. A. (1981). Computing Education: An Accidental Revolution, 42 page pamphlet, University of Washington. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. HE 014-069). Hunter, B. (1980). "An Approach to Integrating Computer Literacy Into the K-8 Curriculum," Professional Paper 280, Human Resources Research Organization, October, pp.
J. Seidel, Educational Technology Publications, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. COMPUTER LITERACY: Beverly Human Resources 1949-1979 Hunter Research Organization Our mission at the conference was to recommend goals for computer literacy, and ways of achieving those goals. If our work is to be useful, we must build upon lessons we have learned from the past as well as upon visions we have for the future. Each of us has seen the experienced benefits that come for skilled, informed, ethical, and wise uses of computers and information systems.
Computer Literacy. Issues and Directions for 1985 by Robert Seidel