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Ed Surge - Why Big Names and Big Money Are Backing Greater Access to Computer Science

American Libraries Magazine - Why teaching girls to code will change the workforce … and the culture

Forbes - Games Like 'Minecraft' Could Help Syrian Children Refugees Thrive

The Atlantic - A Plan to Teach Every Child Computer Science

Huffington Post - Celebrating Computer Science Education Week 2016: Investing in Computer Science for All Will Be Key to College and Career Readiness

New York Times - Computing in the classroom: Teach it as early as possible

Washington Post - Top business leaders, 27 governors, education leaders urge Congress to boost computer science education

Wall Street Journal - Why coding is your child’s key to unlocking the future

Seattle Times - Why every school should teach computer science

New York Times - Reading, writing, arithmetic, and now, coding

Washington Post - Successful ‘Hour of Code’ prompts effort to change school policies

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