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Over on Storify, we’re covering the amazing kick-off for the Hour of Code statewide. More than 113 Vermont schools are participating in the national initiative to provide students with at least one hour of computer coding instruction the week of Dec 9-15th. Check it out! And for everyone looking for a way to continue on […]
Institute director Penny Bishop is in the news over at the Burlington Free Press, talking about our motivations behind this summer’s week-long coding camp at UVM.
Our inaugural Code Camp is in some great company this morning over at 7Days: Ruby Course, Conference and Camp Coming Soon. It’s great to see such strong support for learning to code in the community. 21st century educations ftw! If you haven’t signed up for Code Camp yet, you’re in luck: we opened up a […]