Learning to Code

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Computer coding is where the jobs are growing, but the training lags. Most high schools have no computer science classes. But some tech advocates say coding literacy may be as important as language literacy, and they're beefing up efforts -- outside the classroom and inside schools -- to teach students and adult workers how to write computer code.

 

Resources:

Tech Elevator Bootcamp

We Can Code IT 

Code.org

Open Cleveland

Hack Cleveland

Indeed We Code

MIT - coding for kids

Code Academy

 

Guests: 

-Anthony Hughes, Founder, Tech Elevator

-Mel McGee, CEO and Founder, We Can Code IT

-Seth Pinckney, Tech Elevator graduate and Co-Founder of Hack Cleveland

-Vicki Turner, Supervisor of Instructional Technology, Strongsville School District 

-Roxanne Emadi, Communications Manager, Code.org

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