NYC to train teachers in computer coding

12/10/2013 | Daily News (New York) · Epoch Times, The

New York City schools during the next three years will work with the nonprofit organization Code.org to train 120 public-school teachers in computer coding to help integrate more programming lessons in schools. Officials said that if each teacher who takes part in the training teaches one computer-coding course annually, 3,000 students could benefit.

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