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Oct.
16 2017

Coding Quest receives support from Salesforce.org

October 16th 2017
The Learning Partnership is pleased to announce the support of Salesforce.org to expand coding in Canadian classrooms through Coding Quest
 
Coding Quest is Canada’s largest classroom-based coding program, engaging students in Grades 4–6 from across the country. Developed by The Learning Partnership, the program is available for free to publicly funded school students in English and French, challenging them to apply critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills to design and build their own computer games. The program culminates in an Arcade event, where students showcase their creations.
 
With the support of Salesforce.org, The Learning Partnership will be able to support Coding Quest in Vancouver, Toronto, Fredericton, Saint John and Halifax in the 2017-18 school year.
 
About The Learning Partnership
The Learning Partnership is a national charity dedicated to enhancing publicly funded education to prepare students in Canada for a globally connected world by building partnerships between government, education and business. We do this through innovative student programs, executive leadership for educators, knowledge mobilization and policy, tribute celebrations of excellence, and collaborations across Canada. Since 1993, more than 6.9 million students have participated in The Learning Partnership’s programs. For more information, visit thelearningpartnership.ca.
 
About Salesforce.org
Every organization that wants to change the world should have the tools and technology to do so. Salesforce.org puts Salesforce technology in the hands of more than 32,000 nonprofits and education institutions so they can do more good in the world. As a social enterprise, the more missions Salesforce.org supports, the more the organization can invest back into technology and communities, creating an endless circle of good. We’re here to help; visit us at Salesforce.org.