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PB Middle math students logged over 550 hours of code in just two days. As many as 52 million students participated in the week-long event world-wide.
By 2020, it is estimated that there will be 1,000,000 more computer science jobs than students. Children, families and educators around the world were encouraged to visit the "Hour of Code" and have fun learning programming and coding as way to promote careers in computer science.
Mitzi Aguilar
Mitza Aguilar Codes in Mr. Ketchum's class
Learn more at http://hourofcode.com.