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Students throughout four high schools in the Jackson-Madison County School System are learning how to write computer code through coding clubs. In these coding clubs, the students use a coding program called Treehouse. Treehouse is a self-paced computerized program that teaches beginning-level web design and application building. By going through this program, the students will learn how to code and build computer programs, website designs, smart phone applications and almost everything else that computer, tablet and smart phone users see on their device screens.
Treehouse ensures that they provide a learning platform and environment that is consistently valuable, interactive, engaging, and most importantly fun for the students. Click here to see what the students are learning.
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