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Cracking the code: Kingsport kids taking computer coding to the next level - WCYB

Computer coding may sound like a difficult thing to learn, but Jefferson Elementary librarian Kristy Williamson-Jackson says it's actually quite simple when broken down.

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Code Read: In Kingsport schools, computer training starts early - TimesNews

CODING FOR ALLThomasson said the grades K-2 students usually use Scratch Jr., while grades 3-5 use Scratch and Code.org. “It’s just for everybody,” Thomasson said, explaining that she initially had concerns about how coding would work for special education and special needs students. “It’s instruction.”

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Park City Students Learn How to Code - Park City Television

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Davis School District Amps Up Coding Program For Younger Students - Deseret News

The Davis School District has received a $207,255 STEM Action Center grant to teach coding to all elementary school students and increase computer science opportunities for junior high students. Thirty-three elementary schools in the district have volunteered to participate in this initiative.

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From Coding Puzzles to Interest-driven Projects - CSforAZ

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