Microsoft and Code.org have released a new tutorial for Hour of Code, an annual campaign held during Computer Science Education Week to encourage more students to develop an interest in coding.
Disney researchers have developed a model-based method of realistically reconstructing teeth for digital actors and for medical applications.
About 25 percent of boys and 24 percent of girls expect to be working in a science-related occupation in their 30s, according to the OECD Program for International Student Assessment test. However, more boys expect to be engineers, scientists, or architects, while more girls hope to work in health, and less than 1 percent of girls expect to work in IT.
The White House has announced new commitments involving implementing computer science and computational thinking in K-12 education that build on President Barack Obama's Computer Science for All initiative.
During Dang Van Tran's numerous attempts to flee Vietnam at the age of seven he was shot at twice, nearly drowned at sea and stranded on an island.
Macarthur Fellow Gene Luen Yang's graphic novels introduce kids to computer programming.
White House Silence Seems To Confirm $4 Billion 'Computer Science For All' K-12 Initiative Is No More
Conspicuously absent from the upbeat White House blog post kicking off Computer Science Education Week is any mention of the status of President Obama's proposed $4 billion Computer Science For All Initiative.
It was a calamitous job interview two years ago that prompted Jose Contreras to demand his money back from the coding school he attended.
Computer Science Education Week begins today (December 5), and more than 100 million students worldwide will participate in Hour of Code, a 60-minute introduction to computer programming.
The majesty of the Golden Gate, the windy chill of Alcatraz, the tourist hubbub of Pier 39—Zhao Haoyu’s itinerary for San Francisco had it all.