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November 20, 2014

'Frozen' Princesses Help Launch 2nd Annual 'Hour of Code'

Code.org has tapped the popular Disney characters for a new tutorial as part of its campaign to promote computer science education.

November 19, 2014

'Hour of Code' Kicked Off By Elsa and Anna (Yes, the 'Frozen' Princesses)

Code.org has tapped the popular Disney characters for a new tutorial as part of its campaign to promote computer science education.

November 10, 2014

Understanding the History of Women in Computer Science

Men haven't always dominated the computer-science field, according to NPR.

October 09, 2014

Code.org Launches $5 Million Crowd-Funding Campaign

The nonprofit is attempting to raise $5 million through the crowd-funding site Indiegogo to help introduce 100 million students to computer coding.

September 15, 2014

K-12 Dealmaking: Salesforce.com Invests $5M in San Francisco Schools

Salesforce.com recently donated $5 million to the San Francisco Unified School District. This tech company has now donated $7.7 million to SFUSD the past two years in order create better access to STEM resources.

September 12, 2014

Coding and Computer Science Focus of New Online Learning Platform

Seattle-based nonprofit Code.org announced new free online learning resources to teach students computer science and provide teachers with professional development.

September 03, 2014

British Students Required to Learn Computer Coding

Starting this school year, students as young as 5 in England will be required to learn computer programming, reports the BBC.

August 01, 2014

Crowd-Funding, Student Petitions Bring Computer Science Classes to California Districts

Next school year, four high schools in California will debut Advanced Placement Computer Science classes, thanks to student petitions and crowd-funding campaigns supportive of those efforts.

July 28, 2014

Florida Teen Battling to Become PowerPoint Champion of the World

Six U.S.-based contestants are among the 123 finalists competing in the 2014 World Microsoft Office Specialist Championship, being held this week in California.

July 22, 2014

A Professor's Plea to Stop Teaching Calculus in High Schools

A Johns Hopkins University professor argues that high schools should stop teaching calculus, and instead teach computer science and statistics.

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