High-school students learn to write code for mobile apps

02/26/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A high-school student in Illinois helped launch a computer science club -- Hello World -- in which students develop mobile applications. The club's 30 members rely on Team Treehouse resources for instruction. "It's exciting because each student can study at their own pace," faculty adviser Tesa Edwards said. "If they need to, they go back and study a video again until they get it."

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