The Australian Computer Society (ACS) today welcomed the report into the federal government's ACARA curriculum review, but says certain elements are "concerning".
The people who have been running the Telecommunications Society of Australia (TSA) since its absorption into the Australian Computer Society in 2007 have walked away from the ACS and set up a new organisation, the Telecommunications Association.
As part of its efforts to encourage more young people to consider Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as a 'rich, rewarding and creative career', the Australian Computer Society has appointed a new ambassador for its program to attract youth to the industry.
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