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Millennials’ Blind Spot: Digital Literacy?

The Hartford Courant – KEVIN J. CONLAN

“Americans, especially millennials, need accelerated information technology training programs to stave off economic woes. We readily assume that 16- to 34-year-olds are tech savvy. But is this really true? American millennials have received the most schooling of any generation, but consistently score below international peers in not just literacy and mathematics, but now in a new category, digital literacy, which is the ability to efficiently use, access and navigate computers and digital information. Technology has emerged as a cornerstone of American education. Young Americans, despite being labeled as naturally inclined toward technology, are falling behind in their ability to use it effectively.”(more)

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