Md. district adds computer science to its K-12 curriculum

02/6/2014 | Southern Maryland Newspapers Online

Charles County Public Schools in Maryland recently joined nearly 10 other school districts across the country by teaming up with to make computer science part of the K-12 curriculum. "Every student will learn how to think critically, how to analyze a problem and how to come up with a solution," said Kimberly A. Hill, superintendent. Non-profit will provide stipends for teacher training, classroom materials and other resources to promote computer science education.

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