CCI Learning Bringing Coding Curriculum to a Classroom Near You

We are excited to announce that CCI Learning has partnered with Code Avengers to bring quality coding curriculum plus teaching resources to enhance the teacher’s confidence in the classroom.

Students across North America now have the opportunity to learn and develop coding skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and more.

Code Avengers is unique among other coding programs because it was designed by teachers with teachers in mind. For teachers with or without coding experience, the Code Avengers curriculum and teaching resources are easily integrated into current curriculum to streamline lesson planning.

Malcolm Knox, President and CEO of CCI Learning comments,

“It is evident that computer science and coding skills are becoming integral to education especially in this evolving digital landscape. Partnering with Code Avengers and providing students the opportunity to gain vital job-ready skills is an effort CCI Learning is proud to be part of.”

For schools and institutions interested in bringing quality coding program and curriculum to their students, CCI Learning will be offering Code Avengers classroom and school-wide licenses across Canada and in the U.S. in Washington State, Washington D.C., Alaska, and Florida.

An annual Class license will be $500 per class (up to 30 students) and an annual school-wide license will be $2,500 per school (up to 200 students). Additional student for school-wide license (over 200 students) will be in blocks of 10 for $10 per student.

“We’re as equally excited to be partnering with CCI Learning”, says Daniel Bird, VP of Sales at Code Avengers, on the partnership. “They have great resources and a great commitment to education. Our focus is to make sure we’re always partnering with people who want to help students and teachers do the best in learning.”

Contact CCI Learning to learn more on how you can easily implement Code Avengers into your curriculum.

Contact CCI Learning for more information: 1 (800) 668-1669 |
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