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IN THE NEWS | Leeward Teachers Learn to Code Robotic Driverless Cars

Posted July 19, 2017 in Altino, Ian Kitajima, In the News

Last week, at least twenty teachers from the Castle Kahuku Complex launched the first of two Department of Education accredited (3 credit) coding training classes for public school teachers in the State of Hawai'i. These dedicated teachers are working to bring coding classes into the school curriculum, by first learning the basics of code in the six-day class.

Mahalo nui to our visionary and innovative supporters - Kamehameha Schools, Hawaii State Dept of Labor, Dept of Education, Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation, Castle Foundation, Saeon of Korea, and Omidyar Foundation.

Source: "Leeward Teachers Learn to Code Robotic Driverless Cars" by Hawaii News Now