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Computer Science Curriculum Bill Passes Committee

Monday, January 29, 2018
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A bill that would require public and charter schools to offer students a computer science course as a one-semester elective at least once each school year recently passed out of the Senate Committee on Education and Career Development by a vote of 11-0, said State Sen. Jeff Raatz,R-Richmond.

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