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Help Code.org expand computer science education for high school students

Help Code.org expand computer science education for high school students

 

Code.org wants your help in Idaho. Idaho is poised to adopt a policy that will expand computer science education for high school students. You can help make it a reality.

The Idaho State Board of Education has proposed a policy that recognizes computer science as foundational knowledge for the 21st century. It would allow high school students who take an advanced computer science course to count it as a math or science credit.

Your personal invitation to develop.idaho and Tech Cocktail Boise, taking place April 17th

Your personal invitation to develop.idaho and Tech Cocktail Boise, taking place April 17th

Dear ITC members and friends,

develop.idaho 2013, the signature event for the Idaho software community, is less than two weeks away. Consider this email your personal invitation to our state’s largest software party.

2-Day Professional Scrum Foundations Class-April 29 and 30

2-Day Professional Scrum Foundations Class-April 29 and 30

Richard Hundhausen, a local, certified Scrum trainer and active ITCSA member, is running a 2-day Professional Scrum Foundations class at ExecuTrain in Boise on the 29th and 30th of this month. This is an official Scrum.org course and is appropriate for anyone working on or with a Scrum Team. The course is especially well suited for organizations or teams investigating Scrum, those who are currently struggling with Scrum, or those beginning to utilize Scrum in their development environment.