This report was developed by a group of experts from academia and industry representing the two principal scientific societies in the field, Informatics Europe and ACM Europe, and covering a broad range of disciplines, experiences and countries. It builds on the considerable body of educational research and experimentation on digital literacy and informatics education developed over the past decades in Europe, the US and elsewhere.
The report defines a blueprint for digital literacy and informatics curricula adapted to the European context, and explains why such curricula are critical to the economic health of European countries.
Developing precise curricula is beyond the scope of the report; it is expected that, based on the report’s recommendation, specific curricula will be developed, taking into account the specific constraints of individual countries.

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