Can Kansas schools teach computer coding without eating up time for math and science?
A teenager wakes up, gets ready for school. Slips a smartphone into her pocket on the way out the door. Her day may well include some biology or chemistry, history, algebra, English and Spanish. It likely won't include lessons on how that smartphone — more powerful than the computers aboard the Apollo moon missions — and its myriad colorful apps actually work.
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