Nobody is dumber because we got smarter

There’s something profoundly important happening in the world of education. I’m sensing an increasingly stronger undercurrent of individuals and companies working to infuse computing into mainstream curriculums. Some, like the Code Red Education, are trying to work with the system; others are bypassing it altogether.

Listen to the NPR story about Code Red Education
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Both approaches are necessary to ensure that the advances society has made in technology continue…to ensure that future generations are encouraged to explore the boundaries of possibility.

‘Cause it’s next. ‘Cause we came out of the cave, and we looked over the hill and we saw fire; and we crossed the ocean and we pioneered the west, and we took to the sky. The history of man is hung on a timeline of exploration and this is what’s next. — Sam Seaborn via the great Aaron Sorkin

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