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Computer science education in the People's Republic of China in the late 1980s

By J. D. Wilson, E. S. Adams, H. P. Baouendi, W. A. Marion, G. J. Yaverbaum

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 31 No. 8, Pages 956-964

Last year a delegation of international computer professionals with interests in computer science education participated in an information exchange with colleagues in the People's Republic of China. The delegation's experiences suggest that the Chinese have made substantial progress in some aspects of computer science education since late 1982, but that difficult problems remain to be solved.

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