Code Hero raises over $100,000 for shooter that teaches computer programming
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Can These iPad Apps Teach Your Kid to Code?

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The pillars of elementary education in the U.S. — reading, writing, math — have remained the same for a long time. Now another skill set is increasingly coming into focus: Computer programming. This week, I tested two new mobile apps — Kodable and Hopscotch — aimed at teaching young children...
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Khan Academy CEO: Education in 2028 won't be about 'sitting passively & not questioning authority'

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BURLINGAME, Calif: Salman Kahn, founder and CEO of Khan Academy, spoke this morning at the NewSchools Venture Summit on his vision for education in 2028. Khan drew a terrifying comparison between factory workers on the assembly line, who move when a bell that rings every hour, and today’s classroom....
Khan Academy CEO: Education in 2028 won't be about 'sitting passively & not questioning authority'
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Hopscotch teaches kids to code with the first ever coding language designed for mobile

pandodaily.com
Watching Code.org’s video promoting the fine art of computer programming, you get the sense that it’s selling a little too hard. Certainly, with cameos from a wide array of tech superstars including Bill Gates, Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Tony Hsieh and Drew Houston, it is star-studded. And certainly, it is...
Hopscotch teaches kids to code with the first ever coding language designed for mobile

Guy Spent $11,000 On A Coding 'Bootcamp' And Doubled His Salary

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Learn to write software in 9 weeks? New coding boot camps promise to launch tech careers SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Looking for a career change, Ken Shimizu decided he wanted to be a software developer, but he didn't want to go back to college to study computer science. Instead, he...
Guy Spent $11,000 On A Coding 'Bootcamp' And Doubled His Salary

How Code.org's 'Learn To Code' Video Starring Zuck And Gates Surpassed 12M Views In 2 Weeks

techcrunch.com
You probably wouldn’t exactly expect a short film about computer programming to be a blockbuster hit, but that’s exactly what’s happened with the ‘Learn To Code’ short film that computer science non-profit Code.org debuted last month. The film, which is in both five minute and nine minute versions and was...
How Code.org's 'Learn To Code' Video Starring Zuck And Gates Surpassed 12M Views In 2 Weeks

Here Are Three Of The Most Exciting Startups Out Of TechStars Boston

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After sorting through thousands of applicants for its three-month accelerator program, TechStars Boston recently announced the 14 startups in its spring 2013 class.   Now in its sixth class, TechStars Boston, has mentored companies like Localytics, Kinvey, and Memrise.  We recently got a chance to learn more about some of...
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Code.org Sets Out to Bridge the Computer Science Education Gap

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Many a tech company will tell you that hiring qualified engineers is their biggest challenge. But maybe the problem is that there aren’t enough qualified engineers, because there aren’t enough people studying computer science in the United States, because not enough schools teach it. That’s the premise of Hadi Partovi’s...
Code.org Sets Out to Bridge the Computer Science Education Gap
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