Certification exam

Computer Coding for Kids

    The United States in the 1990s was in the transition period of the information age. Under the auspices of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, American children can learn programming through robotics.


    In the late 1990s, countless American children wrote the first code of life through programming games. It was at that time that the American children's programming education began to form a system.


    In 2004, CSTA, a computer science teacher association funded by the US government and companies such as Google and Microsoft, was established to rapidly promote the popularization of computer science standards in the US K-12 stage.


    It was precisely because of the combination of children's education and the national strategy of developing the IT industry at that time that more than a decade later, the world-renowned technology giants were born.In 2013, former US President Barack Obama called on all American students to learn programming and launched the “Programming 1 Hour” campaign, which set off a huge wave.In 2016, Obama deliberately enacted a new policy to incorporate programming into the US K12 education system. The government also approved a $4 billion fund to support the program.It provides a complete and high-quality computer science education for all students from kindergarten to high school in the United States to promote the economic development of the United States and reduce the social gap.


    At the same time in South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom and other countries have joined. Countries around the world promote children's programming policy Last summer, US President Trump's 5-year-old granddaughter learned programming photos,Friends of the world’s parents circled the screen. The American Certification Association (ACA) will promote the popularization of pediatric programming education in conjunction with existing policies in countries around the world. For textbook editors in teaching,Quality assessment, ability assessment, etc. contribute!


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