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A student coder just told us Codio is one of the three gears that makes the Internet work.

By Jennifer Bilec-Sullivan on Dec 5, 2016 9:50:39 AM

Press Release 

London, UK and Atlanta, USA, November 2016

A kid coder at Coded By Kids just shared with us his project website of dragons and books that he created by using Codio.  He learns how to code one hour per week at Coded By Kids, a non-for-profit that teaches kids how to code in Philadelphia. Coded by Kids uses Codio in their classes. His teacher is really proud of him. And so are we. That's why Codio is here. 

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Codio provides FREE access to the CSTA community for teacher professional development

By Phillip Snalune on Jul 11, 2016 12:00:00 AM

12th July 2016, San Diego

Announced today at the CSTA 2016 annual conference in San Diego, California, the Computer Science Teacher Association (USA) and Codio have formed an agreement to provide free access to Codio for all CSTA K-12 teacher members.

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Codio supports teachers with free access for the CAS community

By Phillip Snalune on Jul 8, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Impact in Computer Science education is most often spoken about in terms of student attainment or widening access to computer science for communities who would otherwise lack the resources to learn. Codio is already active in helping to extend access to CS education. We support CodedbyKids in Philadelphia, USA.

CAS Member? Codio is Free for Professional Development.

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Codio Open Sources Teaching Content

By Freddy May on Jul 8, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Codio is an unrivalled platform for teaching and coding at all levels. It is a wonderful resource for students wanting to create any number of coding projects using any programming languages or technologies. And teachers have extensive administrative features for managing students, accessing their code, grading their work and much more.

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CodedbyKids & Codio shape community-led Model of Computer Science Education

By Phillip Snalune on Jan 25, 2016 12:00:00 AM

It’s Saturday morning at the Marian Anderson Center in South central Philadelphia. Chaos abounds as kids and technology collide. The Center is a local symbol of how one singer's ability combined with opportunity. Marian broke free from a life of poverty to join the most celebrated singers of her generation. That opportunity enabled her to shine on the world stage.

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