From the White House to Silicon Valley, the call for all students to learn computer programming is growing louder. Yet some critics of this vision point to logistical hurdles, and others worry about industry dictating the curriculum. Is coding for all a realistic goal - and is it one that American schools should be pursuing?
"The Coding Revolution" is from the August 2016 issue of Scientific American.
I wanted to learn about the history of coding not hear about how rich white kids are to blame for minorities not being interested in coding