03/29/2013 1:00pmKnowing how to code is now a very important skill to have -- but it isn't readily taught -- especially to kids. But Layton based Pluralsight is aiming to change that -- offering two new, free courses -- "Teaching Kids Programming" and "Learning How to Program with Scratch."
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