High school students run peer-to-peer coding workshops
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As with languages, young people are often able to pick up coding more easily than grown ups so it is no wonder we have seen a huge number of initiatives that teach kids as young as five about coding and programming. There are coding delivery boxes, coding story books and even programmable bracelets. Now, Math and Coding is an NGO run by school children, which is furthering the cause through peer-to-peer workshops. Based in the Bay Area, Math and Coding was set up by 15 year old school friends Nikhil Cheerla and Vineet Kosaraju. It has already provided hands-on training…
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