|As many as 95 per cent of Vietnamese students want to learn more about coding. — Photo KTDT
HA NOI (VNS)— As many as 95 per cent of Vietnamese students want to learn more about coding and 83 per cent hope it will be included in their schools' curriculum, according to a Asia Pacific regional report released by Microsoft Inc.
The report said most students recognised the value of learning programming and its job potential. Many had received great support from their schools and parents to learning coding: 66 per cent had opportunities at school, and 63 per cent said their parents considered learning coding crucial to their future.
According to the survey, coding helped 62 per cent of students think more logically, and 52 per cent said it made them understand the modern digital world better. — VNS