DSBN students take up coding challenge
DSBN students are attempting to cram nearly four years’ worth of coding into a single week.
Students have taken on the challenge of reaching 2 million minutes of coding in one week.
The school board says all it will take is for every one of its students to spend one hour coding to surpass their target.
As of yesterday, students had already logged over 750,000 minutes with three more days to go.
It's part of the Hour of Code, a global movement whose goal is to demystify coding and make it more accessible to all student
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