Is computer programming catching on in schools?

A growing number of schools and summer camps are offering students lessons in computer programming -- a trend that business leaders say will put students on the path to success. For example, some Tennessee students are participating this summer in the iD Tech Camp, where they are learning to program and create animated characters. "It's very challenging, and we're learning stuff that's valuable for our future," student Gardner Lee said.

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