Authors: Howard Blume
The Los Angeles Unified School District is teaming up with a nonprofit to launch a sweeping expansion of computer science course work, officials announced Tuesday. The three-year effort will train L.A. Unified teachers to help students at all grade levels learn about how computers work, culminating in advanced computer coding at the high school level. Todd Ullah coordinates computer science education for the Los Angeles Unified School District and is working with a nonprofit to expand student coding skills. The training and materials are being donated by Code.org, a Seattle-based nonprofit, which also works with other school systems....
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