RIC partnering with startup to offer tech boot camp for teachers

PROVIDENCE – An intensive computer science course for teachers will be held this fall as a result of a partnership between Rhode Island College and General Assembly, a global education startup.

“This exciting partnership with General Assembly will provide Rhode Island teachers the opportunity to acquire new computer science proficiencies, ensuring that all Rhode Island students acquire the critical skills necessary to meet future workforce demands,” Rhode Island College President Frank D. Sánchez said in a statement.

This is part of the governor’s Computer Science for Rhode Island, or CS4RI, initiative, according to RIC, which said the hybrid course will be taught by GA web development instructors.
 
 

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