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This Startup is Deploying an Army of Wall-Crawling Robots to Teach Kids Coding

July 20, 2017View for printing

Coding, software development and other computer science skills are some of the most prized assets for job seekers in today's increasingly digital world. However, there simply aren't enough qualified workers to fill all the openings; in fact, there are currently more than 517,000 open computer science jobs across the country, but last year, less than 43,000 computer science graduates joined the workforce, according to the nonprofit That puts an unnecessary drain on our economy and our labor force.

One group of Harvard-trained engineers-turned-entrepreneurs is looking to close that gap by educating the next generation of American coders, and they're enlisting the help of - what else - robots.

Elyse Notarianni

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