Contest Calls for Middle School Students to Participate to Win Weekly Prizes

Portland, OR – February 27, 2018 – National education technology leader, Learning.com, is partnering with a leading platform for computer science education, Codesters, to launch a national coding contest for middle school students during the month of March using Python, an industrial strength coding language used at companies like Google. Teachers are encouraged to register and have their students participate by using the Learning.com EasyCode Pillars coding curriculum to complete coding projects, such as creating an interactive e-card, designing a phone case and recreating a famous logo, for the chance to win weekly prizes. Each week, three participating classrooms will be randomly drawn for prizes including t-shirts and class pizza parties.

For more information on the National Coding Classroom Challenge, visit: www.learning.com/coding-classroom-challenge/register

Registration closes at midnight on Monday, March 19, 2018. The entire contest will take place from March 5 to March 23, 2018.

WHERE: For contest details and terms and conditions, visit: www.learning.com/coding-classroom-challenge/terms-and-conditions

WHY: The Coding Classroom Challenge is part of Learning.com and Codester’s pledge to support Computer Science for All. CSforAll empowers students to learn computer science and develop the computational thinking skills necessary to spur the transition from consumer to creator in today’s digital economy.

PHOTO OPPS: Students coding their way through EasyCode Pillars.

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