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Since kids don’t learn much coding in school, the new thing is to send them to summer camps to learn it so that they are not unprepared to tackle computer science in college or in a career.

Questions:
1. What is iD Tech?
2. Do you agree with the article that these camps will perpetuate patterns that exclude underrepresented candidates?
3. What is the best way to approach this area or discipline? Give examples.

Source:
Gellman, L. (2018). Teaching Kids to Code During the Summer—for $1,000 a Week. Atlantic, Aug. 18 (Retrievable online at https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2018/08/coding-camps/566333/)

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