26 thoughts on “Code – The New Literacy”

  1. Biggest bullshit, I am from China.
    There is no programming course AT ALL in high school.
    Kids are only focusing on the main courses Chinese, math, English,physics,chem,bio to pass the national exam to get into a good college.
    Code.org you have got too much exaggeration from you videos, can you at least be objective?

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  3. Even in a 3rd world country like Jordan, students in Highschool have to learn programming using Basic to make it to the university. At least they learn the concepts. I'm wondering if this is really not the case in the United States ! Weird !

  4. In Indonesia, computer education and English have just recently been stripped off from main module for elementary schools. Its so stupid…

  5. #include<iostream>
    using namespace std;

    void pie()
    {
     cout << "Hi n";
    }

    int main()
    {
      pie();

    return 0;
    }

  6. In China, every student learns computer programming. In the U.S., less than 5%. I wonder where you got your data from. There is absolutely no way every student learns computer programming in China. Heck, a huge number of kids don't even get to touch a computer. If you are only talking about college students then there are definitely more than 5% computer science majors in the U.S., let alone people with other majors who take programming classes.

  7. I doubt the last sentence as a chinese,that's not true,I haven't learn programming until I go to college.

  8. To everyone after third: there is no fourth comment. Fifth. You're fourth. Sixth. You're fifth. "Lucky seventh". You're sixth. Tenth. You're ninth. Just sayin

  9. I was lucky for being an old timer that I was exposed to computer programming at an early age, and even though I diverged into electronics and telecommunications hardware in my career, understanding the software has always helped to analyze and troubleshoot systems.

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