HIGHER ED DIGEST: Google just launched its campaign to replace computer science higher ed curriculum
Google announced last month that it will invest $100 million into a fund to support training and entry-level job access to emerging computer science professionals.
It is a move that, while far off from the traditional liberal arts model of higher education, is the start of how companies will lure workers to avoid college education debt and lock into long-term relationships with tech employers.
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