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Here's the latest on Code in the Schools 

CodeWorks students worked hard on their summer games

Source: Technically Baltimore

August 11, 2017

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New text service, Bad Batch Alert, hopes to save addicts and reform them.

Source: abc2 News

August 3, 2017


Want to know about a 'bad batch' of heroin? There's an app for that.

Source: Fox 45 News

July 18, 2017

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Six Baltimore teens build text alert system addressing "emergency" opioid epidemic

Source: Blavity

July 2017 


Baltimore students help build app that warns heroin users of deadly batches

Source: CBS Baltimore

July 12th, 2017


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CodeWorks students are getting some lessons from Baltimore entrepreneurs this week

Source: Technically Baltimore

July 11, 2017

 

Baltimore teens built a system that sends text alerts during heroin overdose spikes 

Source: Technical.ly

July 6th, 2017


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Charlotte James, Communications Director of Code in the Schools, on how a movement came to life.

Source: Technical.ly

December 29th, 2016


The first TECHealth cohort features seven projects addressing health issues.

Source: Technical.ly

December 6th, 2016

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Code in the Schools, a Baltimore-based non-profit, teaches inner city youth skills they may not pick up at their school. That skill set includes HTML and computer programming. 

Source: Afro

November 23rd, 2016


Code in the Schools' daylong Game Jam drew about 60 participants to Station North on Saturday. It was a fitting way to cap off Baltimore Innovation Week 2016.

Source: Technical.ly

October 5th, 2016


The five-week coding program involved a who's who of Baltimore innovation outfits. And the students even got paid.

Source: Technical.ly

August 15th, 2016


For 5 weeks, Baltimore City youth get paid to learn how to code.

Source: CNN

August 12th, 2016


Youthworks Program offers productive summer opportunities for youth.

Source: WBAL-TV

July 3rd, 2016 


Charlotte James champions tech innovation for Baltimore City youth.

Source: abc2

May 2nd, 2016


Gretchen LeGrand has taken her place in the Baltimore tech and gaming education world and is here to stay.

Source: Baltimoregamer

March 29th, 2016


Code in the Schools puts together an intensive summer boot camp to teach basic programming concepts.

Source: The Baltimore Watchdog

March 3rd, 2016


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Charlotte James discusses meaningful and measurable ways to increase diversity in the tech industry.

Source: Alterconf

January 30th, 2016


Adam Savage's new show stopped by the nonprofit's Station North offices. Check out the full segment here.

Source: Technical.ly

January 26th, 2016


Adam Savage stopped by Code in the Schools to talk with students about their experiences.

Source: Tested

January 25th, 2016


AT&T contributes $10,000 to Code In the Schools in Baltimore.

Source: Greater Baltimore Committee

November 18th, 2015

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Code in the Schools Video Game Jam held for third year.

Source: WBAL-TV

October 3rd, 2015


The education nonprofit welcomed guests and city officials into its new Station North HQ this weekend.

Source: Technical.ly

August 25th, 2015


The students participated in Code in the Schools' Prodigy program this summer.

Source: Technical.ly

August 18th, 2015


Young Marylanders are learning how to code and take advantage of digital technologies to bring their ideas to life.

Source: EdSurge News

February 10th, 2015


A local nonprofit teaches young students computer programming through gaming.

Source: Baltimore Magazine

September, 2014


WYPR speaks with Gretchen LeGrand, co-founder of Code in the Schools.

Source: WYPR

March 20th, 2014


A new nonprofit wants to teach Baltimore city school students computer coding by having them create their own video games.

Source: Technical.ly

June 6th, 2013


Teaching computer science principles to kids as young as 4 may seem challenging, but for Gretchen LeGrand, M.S. ’10,founder of nonprofit Code in the Schools, it’s more like child’s play.

Source: UB Magazine