The suddenly popular movement for educational reform in the early 1980s coincided with the mass marketing of the personal computer as a needed new tool and the consequent surge in computer sales. Through the mass media, computers had became part of popular mythology, and people believed that they needed to know about these machines: they purchased them for their homes and businesses, they watched documentaries about them on television, and they began thinking that their children should learn about them in the schools.
"Computer literacy" fit in well with the educational reform movement sw…
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