Hansel Lynn, founder of theCoderSchool is seeking new franchise units throughout United States.
To make the future generation well equipped with their skills and knowledge, educators are trying their best to keep up with the pace of time.
Recently a Silicon Valley-based children's coding franchise, TheCoderSchool is breaking into the market with a new school in Farmington, which will provide computer programming lessons to students ages 7 to 18 through after-school and summer classes.
Hansel Lynn, Founder of theCoderSchool is seeking new franchise units throughout the United States.
Hence those who are looking for potential franchise unit to get associated with, TheCoderSchool is going to offer good opportunities for them.
However, most of the IIT students and other technically sound students get absorbed in abroad, through this opportunity other countries especially the US would be able to produce the technically sound workforce for itself.
Why Children Focussed
Coding and all that computer language expertise, need time to process through human brain and to train the brain function smoothly, it is important to teach the children early, which is why the programme is children focused.
TheCoderSchool franchise operates more than 20 schools in seven states, including several in California, and others in Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, Nevada, Texas and Washington, among others.
India to Get Code Ready
As per the National Employability Report, 2014, out of the six lakh engineers that graduate annually, only 18.43% are employable for the software engineer-IT services role.
In India also many educators are trying to include coding in the early education system, to make them future ready and well equipped.
These days the technology is developing and most companies are also turning computerized, which were earlier manual, this also proves to be a good enough reason, that India should also join in the coding movement led by various international educational institutes.