DPI Seeks Proposals for Coding and Mobile App Grants

State Superintendent Mark Johnson announced today that the Department of Public Instruction is now accepting grant applications for a new round of the state’s Coding and Mobile App Development competitive grant program, totaling $800,000 in awards for the 2018-19 school year.
 
The second year of the initiative will fund up to $80,000 per school to provide opportunities for middle and high school students to learn computer science, coding and mobile app development to help them gain the skills needed to contribute to the digital economy and engage as informed citizens. All district and charter schools are eligible, including schools that received grants for the current year.

 
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2018-03-23T18:09:30+00:00

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  1. Tim Jowers 04/16/2018 at 11:09 am - Reply

    Hi everyone,
    I’ve been doing mobile apps since about 2009; so, can provide input if your school is writing a grant. I live in Rolesville, NC
    Cheers,
    timjowers @ gmail.com

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