Flatiron School to teach computer code to Austin students

Flatiron to talk about teaching computer programming to kids.

AUSTIN (KXAN) – A school in New York City that teaches high school students how to develop computer code is bringing that educational opportunity to students here in Austin.

The Flatiron School says it prepares its students for careers in software development.

This week their Pre-College team will be at SXSWedu.

Their director of K-12 programs, Lyel Resner will talk about the changing role of tech in education Tuesday from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Austin Convention Center.

And this summer, Flatiron will be launching a 2-week long Coding Bootcamp for students in several cities including Austin.

They are accepting applications for scholarships through April 15.


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