Hour of Code puts emphasis on computer science education in schools, community
Hour of Code is a key promotional and educational part of Computer Science Education Week, which is happening now.
In Lincoln Public Schools, 27 schools and thousands of students are participating by coding for one hour. Coding is using text commands to instruct a computer on what actions to take
The Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development sponsored a city event that included LPS students from our CLC Coding Clubs at West Lincoln, Huntington, and Saratoga elementary schools, as well as the Information Technology Focus Program, Lefler Middle School. See http://www.selectlincoln.org/hourofcode for more information.
Informational presentations about the Lincoln Public Schools bond issue – set for Feb. 11, 2014 – will be held in January throughout the community. The Lincoln Board of Education is asking Lincoln citizens to consider a $153 million bond issue that will fund projects at schools and classrooms across the community.
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