Students from all over the state gathered at the Kentucky State Capitol on Sept. 19 for an opportunity to present their computer science projects to legislators.
The Women Ambassadors Forum (WAF) is hosting a five-week online summer coding course for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in learning how to code.
High school seniors in three Kentucky districts – Eminence Independent, Jefferson County and Shelby County – may apply to a training program in which they can develop digital, business and life skills to help them pursue careers in technology.
Fayette County's Jennifer Kennedy shares how her students – ranging from kindergarten to 5th grade – not only learned how to code, but also combined Spanish language skills with culture.
Thousands of Kentucky students will get experience in computer coding starting today during Computer Science Week.
A Livingston County teacher is introducing special education students to the world of coding through an after-school program, and perhaps opening doors for them along the way.
Hour of Code initiative strives to spark computer science interest in students of all ages.