While high schools in Massachusetts and elsewhere are taking a greater role in promoting and teaching computer programming, officials report a lack of student interest that is reflective of a national trend. However, some say that could change as the technology industry becomes more involved in training its next generation of employees. Already, at one Massachusetts school, a teacher says he has 30 students enrolled in a programming course next year -- an increase from 19 this year.
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