Community Impact – September 27, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Remote Learning Support Program in Missouri City, TX. The news was featured in an article on the Community Impact website.

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KDAF-TV – September 21, 2020

Elena Diosdado, curriculum manager at iCode, recently appeared on a TV segment with KDAF-TV “Morning After” show to share tips on how to keep kids “thinking outside of the box” during Keep Kids Creative Week. Click here to view the segment.

AZTV Daily Mix – September 21, 2020

Nikki Hofmann from iCode Goodyear recently appeared on a TV segment with AZTV Daily Mix to share tips on how to keep kids “thinking outside of the box” during Keep Kids Creative Week. Click here to view the segment.

The Lewiston Tribune – September 10, 2020

iCode recently announced its new location in Boise. The news was featured in an article in The Lewiston Tribune.

“I am so excited to be offering in-person, hybrid and online education program to the young students of Boise and Treasure Valley,” Moore said in a news release. “Our summer program is a great outlet for kids to stay academically involved during the months between school years.”

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Houston Family Magazine – September 10, 2020

iCode was recently featured as a guest writer in Houston Family Magazine. The article discusses the positive impact that video games and coding have on development skills such as critical thinking and problem solving.

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Patch.com – September 9, 2020

iCode recently announced its new location in Troy, MI. The news was featured in an article on Patch.com. 

“I am so excited to bring technology-based education courses to the students of metro Detroit,” said Pratheep Sevanthinathan, owner of iCode in Troy. “I believe coding is an essential skill for the future. Our classes offer a unique skillset that is not taught on a fundamental level in traditional schools.”

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Idaho Press – September 9, 2020

iCode recently announced its new location in Boise. The news was featured in an article in The Lewiston Tribune.

“I am so excited to be offering in-person, hybrid and online education program to the young students of Boise and Treasure Valley,” Moore said in a news release. “Our summer program is a great outlet for kids to stay academically involved during the months between school years.”

Click here to read the full article.

My Central Jersey – September 4, 2020

iCode recently announced its new Pathways Program in Bridgewater, NJ. The news was featured in an article on the My Central Jersey 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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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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