Code.org arrives in Spain with the aim of creating a programming subject in the number one and secondary colleges
Hadi Partovi, Founding CEO of Code.org, presented the arrival of this initiative to our nation. This non-profit group seeks announce the improvement of IT thinking among the youngest and make programming a central subject in first and secondary school.
With the announcement of these days, Spain is now the headquarters of the entity for the enhancement of adventure in Europe, the Heart of the East and Africa (EMEA for its acronym in English) and It will be run by a Spanish workforce.
Nice politics and finance are stronger
The humorous factor is that this concept turns out to satisfy a beautiful political and financial make stronger because in the presentation, in addition to having many current political leaders of the PSOE and the PP, there were also the four former presidents of the Spanish federal government.
Code.org is a non-profit group that aims to promote programming globally as a basic language for long-term employment, as described by the similar group. Invoice with the strength of others like Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg and Invoice Gates in the United States. In Spain, many businessmen also supported the initiative, such as José María Álvarez-Pallete, president of Telefónica.
According to Partovi in the United States, the place where the group was born, part of the fundamental training the faculties already train the programming and the goal is to achieve the same in Spain, a minimum of. Code.org has free content for informed programming in 60 languages, in accordance with the knowledge provided by the President of the Government Pedro Sánchez.
“It is very important that all scholars on this planet are educated in computer science, that contains a growing number of sought-after talents for all careers and in all industriesSaid Hadi Partovi, founding CEO of Code.org. “Spain has the appropriate preconditions to progress in the incorporation of computer science into basic training”.
In Spain, 82% of computer scientists and 76% of academics have no idea what computer science is and the subjects it contains, according to the dossier “Scientific training on laptops in Spain 2015”. As part of the training, 82% of academics never realized they were using the era to show.