Wyoming legislative panel endorses computer science classes

By The Seattle Times
2018.02.14. 19:55

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A measure that would require Wyoming K-12 schools to provide all students with computer science instruction has been endorsed by a state Senate committee. The Senate Education Committee unanimously approved Senate File 29 Wednesday. The proposal goes to the full Senate for debate. Under the bill, schools would be required to […]...

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