5 Coding Resources for Students

It only makes sense for students to become technology experts during their K-12 years, so they prepare for technology-based career opportunities. Many believe that computer science courses lack the necessary requirements to build a new skill set required for 21st-century jobs.

Here are just a few resources to help your students learn how to code.

Codecademy is a popular (and free) coding resource with an extremely clean and intuitive user interface. It has an interactive design that allows students to learn PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, Python, Ruby, APIs and more.

Code School is a resource for more advanced students that provides in-depth training organized into four paths: Ruby, JavaScript, HTML/CSS and iOS. Many of the courses available are free, but some more advanced courses cost $25 per student.

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