Info Sessions for a New Coding High School

Two school buses in drop-off zone

This guest post is by Chazona Baum of Mern Mom.

A select group of high school students across the Richmond metro area will soon have the ability to graduate with a wealth of computer science education, skills, and work experience, at least in comparison to their peers. A years-long initiative by Virginia’s Region 1 public schools in partnership with local businesses and community colleges, the Richmond Regional School for Innovation, or CodeRVA, will begin teaching rising 9th and 10th graders a unique hybrid curriculum that officials hope will spread throughout the public school systems.

Read more at Chazona Baum’s blog, Mern Mom, and from the site of CodeRVA.

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