Start your own After-School Programming club with free kit from Codecademy
CASScotland, News
Sasha Laundy
September 29, 2012

Digital literacy is increasingly important for children to learn as more and more of their world goes online. Unfortunately, many schools do not offer opportunities to learn computing. While great organizations like the CAS are working hard to change this, many teachers have decided to take matters into their own hands and start after-school programming clubs at their schools.

After speaking with dozens of these teachers, we put together a kit to help others get started. It contains everything they need—a full curriculum, accounts for their students, flyers, letters to parents, and more. And because the lessons are self-paced, it works even if the club leader is not yet an expert programmer. There is nothing to download or install, and best of all, it’s completely free.

You can sign up for your free After-School Programming kit here:

Sasha, Codecademy

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