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Reader asks what 'Coding' at Adair Co. Primary Center is

Comments re photo 63674 Isaiah Brown and Taiten Allen discuss coding strategies Mary Bardin writes:
Please describe what these children are doing. I am not knowledgeable of what coding is, except in healthcare reimbursement. The children seem to enjoy coding, but what stems their interest? - Mary Bardin
Thanks, Mary Bardin for the excellent question. The early morning shift at CM will defer to Computer Programming/Wikipedia entry until Supt. Reed or Principal Patty Jones can give a better answer, or can go to the higher levels, and have Alan Meyer, the second grader, give an explanation. - EW



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