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White House Announces Commitment from Codesters to Bring Computer Science to 5,000 Students at 100 Title I Schools in NYC

Codesters - a leading platform for computer science education - was included in a set of commitments announced by the White House to expand computer science nationwide.

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The Journal

100 NYC Title I Schools to Adopt Coding Curriculum

The environment provides a rich, differentiated experience for all students, which has allowed all my students to excel,” a math teacher from a public school in Bronx, NY told Codesters. “I’ve watched students who continuously struggle in math come alive and make connections with the programming tools.

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Yahoo Finance

White House Announces Commitment from Codesters to Bring Computer Science to 5,000 Students at 100 Title I Schools in NYC

Codesters is honored to be included in this critical initiative of the President and the Office of Science and Technology", said Gordon Smith, CEO of Codesters (). Smith () will join other national leaders in computer science education at the White House for today's announcement.

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eSchool News

Efforts to bring computer science to all students make progress

Codesters has been essential to expanding the reach of computer science into underserved schools in Brooklyn”, said Rob Underwood (), co-founder of CodeBrooklyn and Executive Director of TeachCS, which helps fund professional development for new CS teachers. Underwood is also a part-time strategic advisor to Codesters.

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