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“The ‘digital native’ is a generational metaphor. ... It’s the notion that there is a particular generation of people who are fundamentally unknowable and incomprehensible.”
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“The ‘digital native’ is a generational metaphor. ... It’s the notion that there is a particular generation of people who are fundamentally unknowable and incomprehensible.”
—Donna Lanclos

“Much like learning to write, we believe coding is a type of literacy that’s valuable for all children.”
—Lisa O’Brien, director of the Scratch Foundation

“For me, my personal and professional online lives are basically one and the same.”
—Adam Schoenbart

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