Computer instruction gets boost from Microsoft programmers

04/19/2011 | Issaquah Press (Wash.)

Students in four Washington state high schools are being taught Web design and Advanced Placement computer science by programmers from Microsoft. The professional programmers are part of the Technology, Education and Literacy in Schools program, which provides teacher training and places them in area classrooms.

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