For educators, Google is offering a new coding source via Code with Google, which collects its own free course curriculum of Google on teaching computer science and various other programs for helping students learn to build or code on their skills with various stuff for people at all levels of skills.
The Code with Google resources expands further than just learning and includes possible scholarships, for example, internships, summer programs as well as residencies.
Google VP of Education and University Relations Maggie Johnson, in a blog post noted that while recognition of the significance of computer science at all levels of education is moderately high, the definite availability of courses that comprise hands-on programming for students is unexpectedly low, and usually only accessible to students in more wealthy districts with contact to more resources.
All codes of Google with Google resources are free of cost; in keeping with numerous of its other educational offerings; as it carries on to drive its education tech leadership position jointed with reasonably priced Chromebooks for schools. In addition to this, it was also announced by Google a $1 million grant to the Computer Science Teachers Association besides the unveiling of this latest resource.
However, Google is smart enough for approaching its education place through free resourced and easy to use, software that is available to a wide array of both students as well as educators and at all expertise and skill levels.