Pa. school approves new high-tech curriculum

11/12/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Three-dimensional design, mobile-application development and game design will be on the syllabus for some students at a Pennsylvania high school next semester. The school is expanding its computer-science curriculum with the adoption of Zulama: Games Through the Ages, developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center. The course uses project-based learning to teach programming and other computer skills.

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