Apple, City of Chicago team up to teach students to build apps
On Tuesday, Apple and the City of Chicago announced a new initiative to teach coding to students. The tech giant will bring its “Everyone Can Code” program, which teaches Swift, to Chicago public schools and city colleges. Local companies and organizations, including 1871, Jellyvision and McDonald’s, will support the program by providing internship opportunities to students who complete the course and volunteer opportunities to employees who want to work as teachers. [Apple]
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