From fighting disease to exploring outer space, computer science is everywhere! Celebrate the impacts of CS during this year’s Hour of Code.


Fifi Teklemedhin tripled the size of her robotics team, interned with the State of Utah, and met former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan… all before her senior year.

High school senior Fifi Teklemedhin has been a member of her school’s robotics team and cheerleading squad. (Photo courtesy Fifi Teklemedhin)


Dr. Sabine Thomas talked to Andrea Robertson-Nottingham and Bukola Somide about ways Black parents can help their children explore CS at an early age.

Students use Code.org activities during an Hour of Code event in 2015.


This is the first time past heads of government from all sides of a country’s political spectrum have taken a public stand towards supporting CS

Four living former Spanish Presidents have joined the movement and are calling for computer science to be taught in all schools and to all students in Spain. From top left clockwise: Felipe González (1982–1996), José María Aznar (1996–2004), Mariano Rajoy (2011–2018) and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (2004–2011).


In the first year of its launch, the program plans to reach more than 100,000 students from 900 government and government-aided schools across seven states.


Simon Guest brings more than 25 years of experience working in software engineering.

Introducing Code.org’s new CTO, Simon Guest.


Michelle Pierce, a K-8 computer science teacher in Charlotte, North Carolina, says the award will have a significant impact on her school and her students.


Carmen Garcia from José Martí MAST 6–12 Academy in Hialeah, Florida, is passionate about guiding students from underrepresented groups to computer science.


Code.org will meet its ambitious goal of making its computer science curriculum available in 30 languages spoken in more than 150 countries.


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