Microsoft partners with the BBC to help UK school kids learn about computing

Microsoft is one of the many partners that the BBC has recruited to help create the BBC micro:bit. The small computing device will be given to every Year 7 student (age 11-12) in the UK later this year in an effort to help them learn more about programming.

Source: iMore

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