This little nondescript orange-and-blue building? It might just hold the next tech pioneers.
Programmer. Graphic designer. App developer. These are the jobs of the next generation.
But children in underserved schools across the country won’t get these tech skills. At least, not unless we make some changes fast.
It’s the kind of innovative approach to learning we need in a time of school budget shortfalls and fewer resources for schools around the country.
When 16 million American kids live in poverty, and half of them will not make it out of that cycle, and at the same time, only about 1 in 10 U.S. high schools offers computer programming courses … well, there’s a problem just screaming for a solution.
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