Utah leaders weigh expanding computer courses

12/15/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Policymakers in Utah are examining recommendations that students receive more opportunities to learn computer-coding skills before graduation. Among the recommendations from state leaders and task forces are to require students to take advanced computer courses before graduation and move the existing basic course to middle school from high school. About a third of the state's high schools currently offer a computer science or coding course, an official said.

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