Idaho funded computer-code training for 400 K-12 teachers over the past 16 months, and now instruction by the nonprofit Code.org is part of the curriculum statewide. Here, students and parents learn programming basics at a free event put on by Code.org at an elementary school in Mill Valley, California.
Idaho funded computer-code training for 400 K-12 teachers over the past 16 months, and now instruction by the nonprofit Code.org is part of the curriculum statewide. Here, students and parents learn programming basics at a free event put on by Code.org at an elementary school in Mill Valley, California. Jason Henry The New York Times
Idaho funded computer-code training for 400 K-12 teachers over the past 16 months, and now instruction by the nonprofit Code.org is part of the curriculum statewide. Here, students and parents learn programming basics at a free event put on by Code.org at an elementary school in Mill Valley, California. Jason Henry The New York Times

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December 16, 2016 11:54 PM

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