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Jefferson City News Tribune

March 11, 2018 - CodeHS announced Monday that 19 Missouri school districts have been selected to receive help in getting computer science programs up and running over the next two school years.

KOMU 8 News

March 8, 2018 - Code Missouri released a list of 19 school districts it would be offering professional development classes in coding to teachers.

Clever Tech Digest

March 7, 2018 - CodeHS launched Code Missouri in fall 2017 to help expand high-quality computer science programs across Missouri with a focus on rural school districts.

KOMU 8 News

October 30, 2017 - Students in 15 rural Missouri school districts will have the opportunity to learn computer coding thanks to an initiative called Code Missouri.

Jefferson City News Tribune

October 30, 2017 - A San Francisco-based teaching platform recently announced its new initiative to bring computer science course work to rural Missouri students.

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CodeHS is launching Code Missouri, an initiative to help close the computer science opportunity gap between urban and rural districts in Missouri. Coding is a foundational skill and all students should be able to take computer science courses at their local schools, regardless of their area code. CodeHS is providing full implementation, professional development, curriculum, and Pro accounts to 15 Missouri school districts for free for the next year. Sign up for the Code Missouri newsletter to learn more!



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