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Chicago Districts Expand Coding Programs in K-12 Classrooms

No longer is computer programming a skill reserved for elite students with uncommon access to the latest technology.

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No longer is computer programming a skill reserved for elite students with uncommon access to the latest technology. Interest in the subject has been increasing as more students, parents, and educators catch on to the growing demand for code-literate graduates. The Chicago Public School District is leading its region in coding education by introducing the skill across disciplines and at earlier grade levels. (Chicago Tribune)

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