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Sign Your Name if You Think Every Student Should Have the Opportunity to Learn to Code

Liz Dwyer

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December 14, 2013at 11:59 pm

Despite the fact that computer science degree holders earn some of the highest salaries, and 1.4 million computing jobs are predicted by 2020, a mere 5 percent of American students have the chance to learn how to code in a K-12 school. Sign your name to Code.org's petition, and say that you believe every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Love how so many people got behind this campaign! Just signed this petition. Glad they're showing that coding is accessible.