The Economic Growth DC Foundation and Accenture put on Week 2 of the first 8 week module of their basic coding class at KIPP Northeast Academy. The first module makes use of an innovative programming language for young people called SNAP. It was created at the University of California — Berkeley.
In this photo, an Accenture instructor demonstrates how the X and Y axis are used to position items on the screen.
A KIPPster demonstrates how her first computer program works, showing off her creativity and presentation skills.