Omaha World-Herald features a “home school” code school

It's a different kind of code school—a home code school. Paige Yowell of the Omaha World-Herald tells the story of how Burch Kealey brought his kids and neighbor's kids into his home every week to teach them how to code on Raspberry Pi machines…

It’s a different kind of code school—a home code school. Paige Yowell of the Omaha World-Herald tells the story of how Burch Kealey brought his kids and neighbor’s kids into his home every week to teach them how to code on Raspberry Pi machines. “I see these kids and the only thing they can do with computers is what other people have decided they can do,” Kealey told the World-Herald. “(The class) was deliberate in the sense that I wanted my son and his friends to have a different perspective on what computers were for.”  — Source: Omaha World-Herald


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