Learn to Code with Complimentary Curriculum

Learning.com will invite elementary and middle schools across the country to Go Bananas for coding via free access to EasyTech and EasyCode Basic during Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek).
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Learning.com will continue its pledge to President Obama’s Computer Science for All (CSforAll) initiative by inviting elementary and middle schools across the country to Go Bananas for coding via free access to EasyTech and EasyCode Basic during Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek). 

CSEdWeek, taking place from December 5-11, 2016, is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take an interest in computer science.

Schools who take advantage of the free trial during the celebration will have access to ready-to-go lesson plans, a quick start guide and in-depth video tutorials to prepare teachers for the coding curriculum. EasyCode is comprised of game-based coding challenges designed to help students learn to code in CoffeeScript, a powerful coding language that is the foundation for JavaScript, the programming language for HTML. 

To participate in Go Bananas, visit www.learning.com/gobananas. Registration is open through November 29, 2016.

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