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Code.org 10h
Relive the launch and landing just as it happened 50 years ago! 😲🌜
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InfosysFoundationUSA 13h
Indiana teacher is looking at digital footprints in / CS Discoveries at .
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kane malo 17h
7th and 8th graders working on to get a better understanding of coding.
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Code.org 19h
It's the 50th anniversary of the launch! A look back at this incredible feat 🌙🚀
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Code.org Jul 15
Alan Turing is often consider the father of modern computing, but he has had a complicated relationship with the British government. Now, the Bank of England chose to feature Turing after a public consultation that nominated 989 different scientists.
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Code.org Jul 15
Replying to @Battelle @aimeek1225
This is amazing, congratulations to all of you and welcome to the family! 😊💻🎉
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Kirsten Lewis Jul 15
We’re practicing our paired programming skills as we learn about loops. The collaboration between these two is amazing!
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Code.org Jul 15
Don't forget to select as your charity using Amazon Smile! Happy shopping 😊
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Bridge Jul 15
It's ! The Day is all about equipping children with the skills they'll need for the future. This can be anything from reading 📚 to coding ⌨️. Find out more about how Bridge partnered up with to take code to the classroom!
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Code.org Jul 15
Very cool!
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Jenn Judkins Jul 15
Look what I made in Fundamentals of CS workshop this morning!
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Code.org Jul 15
Way to go, Sasha! The 19-year-old student wrote a coding book to encourage girls of color to study computer science. “A lot of people aren’t aware of what STEM is and what coding is. I wanted to raise awareness of the acronym, specifically for girls.”
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Code.org Jul 14
Amazon Prime day starts TOMORROW! Use Amazon Smile and select as your charity and we'll receive a donation. Here's how it works ⬇️
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Code.org Jul 13
Designers beware: The results are in! Comic Sans is the most popular font in student apps. Of projects where students used at least one font, the most common non-default font was Comic Sans. The second most common was Arial Black. See more fun stats:
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Code.org Jul 12
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Renee Coley Jul 12
Finishing up my prep for next week’s & LSW requires all the resources + 🍵 + ☕️ + 🍑!
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Sheri McGuffin Jul 12
AP CSP Cohort 3 finishing up their 5-day. Congrats on a job well done!
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Code.org Jul 12
Are you shopping Prime Day deals on July 15 & 16? Use Amazon Smile and select as your charity and we'll receive a donation! Shop here:
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Code.org Jul 11
This is AMAZING! These 32 states passed new laws or initiatives to support K-12 CS since January. A big thank you to the students, teachers, parents, community leaders and policy makers across the country for making these tremendous gains happen. 🎉
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Code.org Jul 10
Cybersecurity is going to be big business in the near future, according to . It's why we include lessons on it in our curriculum! Watch our explainer video on common types of cybercrime including viruses, malware, DDOS attacks and more ➡️
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