Minneapolis (November 30, 2017)–Rasmussen College, a regionally accredited private college, today announced its support for Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek), an annual program committed to inspiring K–12 students to take interest in computer science and coding at a young age.1 During the week, which takes place Dec. 4–10, kids across the globe participate in Hour of Code®, a movement that encourages schools, youth organizations and parents to dedicate an hour to coding—proving that it can be fun and approachable. This year, Rasmussen College launched a new coding maze game for kids called Code Road to help demystify computer science, support the industry’s initiatives and prepare the next generation of programmers to be successful in the digital economy.
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