Code Club goes worldwide

Code Club was launched last year, co-founded by .net Awards winner Clare Sutcliffe and Linda Sandvik. Since its inception, over 800 Code Clubs now exist in the UK, and Code Club World will now take the concept worldwide.

According to a press release, the new scheme is a separate entity from the UK, with the main difference being that volunteer support for Code Club World will be offered by the volunteer community itself. Code Club World will provide an open source framework that includes advice on founding and running a Code Club, finding volunteers and creating a community. Teaching materials will be supplied via GitHub, and new projects will be written for every school term. The initial launch will include support for French, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Ukrainian and Turkish.

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