Two-thirds of teachers 'don't have the skills or tools to teach coding'


Meanwhile, a separate YouGov survey for Sam Labs revealed how much importance parents attach to coding.
The poll of 2,102 adults in the UK found that 52 per cent of primary and secondary parents agreed that basic coding should be taught before children leave secondary school.
And 38 per cent of primary, and 39 per cent of secondary parents, thought coding was more important than art.