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News - February 8, 2019

New coding curriculum ahead for MV Whisman schools

District receives $100K from Google to roll out computer science classes at four schools

by Kevin Forestieri

Fueled by a $100,000 grant from Google to introduce computer science into local classrooms, the Mountain View Whisman School District is preparing to launch an ambitious coding curriculum that would reach 1,800 students.

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