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Fast Facts About Coding
- Coding is the process of building computer programs that perform specific tasks. From apps and video games to vital medical technology, our world runs on code!
- Software engineers make a median salary of over $107,000. View more STEM stats.
- Coding fosters life skills like critical thinking and problem-solving, leading to increased confidence.
- Just like reading, writing, and math, every child can learn to code. With the right instructors and teaching tools, getting started is easy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why should my child learn to code?
Employment opportunities for software developers, quality assurance analysts, and testers is projected to grow 22 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than growth in other industries. Coding for kids is as vital as reading, writing, and math! Taking programming courses now can help your child build confidence and graduate high school prepared for a world that demands tech literacy.
What are coding courses like?
Coding courses bring fun to topics in Java, C++, Python, and other programming languages, giving students the chance to create games, apps, robots, and more, while gaining hands-on experience with AI, modding, cybersecurity, and other in-demand topics.
What career possibilities are open to coders?
No matter what field your child goes into, learning to code will help set them up for success. That said, a strong background in coding is particularly useful for careers in software development, web design, game dev, AI, and cybersecurity. Learn more about why coding is a good career.
Which coding course is right for my child?
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