How is your school district celebrating the Hour of Code?
Last month, eSN gave readers a preview of Computer Science Education Week’s major initiative, the Hour of Code, which asks students, teachers, parents, and schools to learn just one hour of computer programming during Computer Science Education Week.
At press time, more than 5.7 million people learned an hour of code, and more than 163 million lines of code were written by students.
Will you be participating in the Hour of Code? Share your comments with me at @eSN_Laura and @eschoolnews.
(Next page: The Hour of Code in practice)