Languages like Python, Java and C++ are the backbone of the Internet economy, but they’re not part of the school curriculum. While educators and lawmakers in California debate whether programming belongs in the classroom, a handful of startups and investors in Oakland have decided it’s time for local teenagers to code.

Read More: blogs.kqed.org/newsfix/2014/03/17/program-nurtures-tech-genius-among-oakland-teens

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