Something we need to be seeing more of: a library offering a coding day camp for teenagers.
Last week the Chatanooga public library set forth on its summer day camp for teenagers learning code. After some enterprising Chatanoogans (Pythanoogans?) had success with a project called Community Py, an eight week course teaching Python to adults and teenagers, they applied for a grant for a more intensive summer session.
One 40,000 grant later, they had 55 Chromebooks and enough money to pay instructors and teaching assistants.
Now all they need, according to organizers, is more girls.