Governor Tomblin Proclaims December 9-15 Computer Science Education Week
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a proclamation declaring December 9-15, "Computer Science Education Week."
"As we continue to diversify our economy, West Virginia is seeing an increased demand for STEM field instruction that will prepare our students for highly skilled, technology-focused careers across the state," Gov. Tomblin said. "Computer Science Education Week will enhance our students' understanding of available technology careers by introducing them to cutting-edge technologies and providing them with opportunities to explore valuable, hands-on learning experiences."
Computer Science Education Week is a nation-wide movement aimed at encouraging students to participate in an hour of computer coding.
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Amy Shuler Goodwin