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Q&A: Go Code Colorado lead explains how the state designed its biggest competition ever

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A public brainstorming platform, broader application requirements and a participant pool that spans the nation will support Colorado businesses in this year's annual competition.

Arkansas gov. plans tour to promote computer science in high schools

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson is hoping to get more students to sign up for coding classes this fall, helping to fill a need in his state for educated workers.

Latino leaders want minority students to fill computer science jobs

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The head of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation said young Latino kids should be learning about coding and computer science to fill the STEM workforce gap.

STEM camps: Agencies, schools get in the game

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A growing number of government agencies, schools, startups and traditional camps are offering tech programs that appeal to kids' inner technophiles.

Free coding class attracts students and some puzzled parents

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Eager kids ages 7 to 15 flock to an after-school coding "bootcamp," hosted by the Iron Yard, that's aimed at encouraging kids' interest in tech. But parents are often left scratching their heads.

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