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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