Education

March 19, 2016 9:00 AM

Coding courses a rarity in California high schools despite tech explosion

Information technology is one of the fastest-growing job sectors in California

The majority of California high schools don’t offer dedicated computer programming courses

Experts cite teacher shortage, core subject emphasis for the disconnect

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