Schools expand computer-science programs

04/24/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Some school districts in Maryland and Virginia are taking steps to expand computer-science programs. School officials in one county in Maryland has committed to bring such programs to students in all grades through a partnership with nonprofit Code.org. In Virginia, one high school increased the number of students enrolled in computer science by focusing more on mobile-application development and increasing marketing for the course.

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