At the end of 2015, I contributed an article to the Singularity Hub that spurred a provocative and sustained debate about the role of technological education.

While some organizations and politicians have recently suggested that programming (of computer code) should be taught to everybody, I argued that there are many circumstances in which this is a poor idea. It’s encouraging that so many people are thinking critically about how to re-imagine education and we hope that the particular needs of vulnerable populations are given particular weight.

Check out the article here: http://singularityhub.com/2014/12/28/future-of-work-part-ii-why-teaching-everyone-to-code-is-delusional/

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