Austin Chamber of Commerce – August 31, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Pathways Program in Austin, TX. The news was featured in an article on the Austin Chamber of Commerce official website.

“We’ve launched several new programs this year amid the pandemic – all with the goal of continuing to grow technology skills in children in Austin,” said iCode founder and CEO Abid Abedi. “With this program students can make their own choices in what interests them and what they want to learn more about. That way, the kids are more engaged since they are the ones leading their own learning path.”

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North Phoenix Mom’s Blog – August 30, 2020

iCode of Goodyear, owner Chase Eskelsen, was recently featured as a guest blogger in the North Phoenix Mom’s Blog. The blog discusses the positive impact that video games and coding have on development skills such as critical thinking and problem solving.

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Mommy Daze Blog – August 26, 2020

iCode was recently featured as a guest blogger in Mommy Daze Blog. The blog discusses the positive impact that video games and coding have on development skills such as critical thinking and problem solving.

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Fort Bend Star – August 21, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Sugar Land, TX. The news was featured in an article on the Fort Bend Star website.

“This is a great alternative in a really safe environment,” Abedi [founder and CEO of iCode] said. “I think it’s an innovative approach to a complex problem that we all face.”

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Austin Chamber of Commerce – August 18, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Austin, TX. The news was featured in an article on the Austin Chamber of Commerce website.

“Working parents have enough on their plate, so we built this new remote learning support offering to give parents peace of mind,” said iCode founder and CEO Abid Abedi. “This is a schedule-friendly option that hopefully builds some routine back into the lives of busy families this fall.

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Boston Parents Paper – August 17, 2020

iCode recently announced its newest opportunity for Wellesley children to take a “byte” out of the coding world: Virtual Summer Coding Camps. The news was featured in an article with Boston Parents Paper.

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Southlake Style Magazine – August 17, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Southlake, TX. The news was featured in an article on the Southlake Style Magazine website.

“Working parents have enough on their plate, so we built this new remote learning support offering to give parents peace of mind,” said iCode founder and CEO Abid Abedi. “This is a schedule-friendly option that hopefully builds some routine back into the lives of busy families this fall.

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KOKH-TV – August 7, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Edmond, OK. The news was featured in an article on the KOKH-TV website.

“What we’re hoping to really do is give the kids a sense of normal in the midst of this pandemic,” said iCode owner April Lewis. “They will be in small class sizes with classmates and they’ll be able to see those familiar faces. It gives them that normalcy as we navigate through the chaos.”

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Edmond Chamber of Commerce – August 6, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Edmond, OK. The news was featured in an article on the Edmond Chamber of Commerce Facebook page.

“Working parents have enough on their plate, so we built this new remote learning support offering to give parents peace of mind,” said iCode founder and CEO Abid Abedi. “This is a schedule-friendly option that hopefully builds some routine back into the lives of busy families this fall.

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KOKH-TV – August 4, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Edmond, OK. The news was featured in an article on the KOKH-TV website.

“This allows for a full day learning and for parents to feel confident that their child is getting a fantastic education in a safe and secure environment,” said Lewis. “What we’re hoping to really do is give the kids a sense of normal in the midst of this pandemic. They will be in small class sizes with classmates and they’ll be able to see those familiar faces. It gives them that normalcy as we navigate through the chaos.”

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