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Michigan technology company creates coding experiences for elementary school kids

Elementary school students complete a one-hour, self-guided programming lesson as part of an “Hour of Code” initiative in Michigan. These youth workshops have reached more than 100 million learners across 180 countries to date. Students take steps toward building the next big thing while supervised by Vectorform engineers during interactive workshops.

Produced by Kelly Stapelman, Andrew Hendren, Austin Innis, and Carlos Gibson at Royal Oak High School in Royal Oak, Michigan. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator Mike Conrad.