Estonia starts public school programming courses for six-year-olds
// September 6th, 2012 // Programming
Estonia has just started a new program, called ProgeTiiger, that incorporates computer programming in their public school curriculum. Why is this cool? Because the lessons start when the kids reach 6-years-old! As the kids get older the curriculum gets tougher with the intent to arm the kiddos with programming knowledge (focused on web and mobile coding) and make Estonia a nerd powerhouse of the future. It’s expected that the logical thinking required for programming will help the kids with other subjects such as math.
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