Judging by the number of learning apps available to classrooms around the country, the education technology market aimed at elementary through high schools is booming. There are more than 3,900 math and reading apps, classroom management systems and other software
Roboterra is a small San Jose, California-based start-up with a big ambition: teaching kids around the globe to code. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday, it launched a cloud-based robotics coding platform it’s calling Castle Rock,
In mid-September, the city of New York announced its commitment to offer computer science to all public school students within the next ten years, investing $81 million. This plan calls for teaching basic programming languages, such as Scratch, as well
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