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Georgia Day of Code is an opportunity for teachers, students, and individuals of all ages to learn about the technology we use every day to work, play, and communicate. Coding skills are essential to our future workforce, and every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science.

Code.org provides participants with a vast array of resources for Hour of Code, part of Computer Science Education Week.

Online you’ll find:

  • Coding tutorials for all ages

  • Promotional material and posters

  • Videos for students and colleagues to learn about computer science

Get Involved!

Educators:  Incorporate fun and innovative coding activities for all skill levels into your classroom on December 9.

Companies: Encourage employees to spend at least an hour learning to code through one of Code.org’s tutorials. 

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Congratulations to Ralph J. Bunch Middle School, who won $10,000 for technology at their school!