Under new legislation in Washington state, Advanced Placement computer science will count as a core math or science credit. The state joins nine others in offering this option, reporter Erik Robelen writes in this blog post. "Every young person in our state should have the chance to learn how to code; it's the new language of opportunity," said Brad Smith, an executive vice president at Microsoft and founding board member of Washington STEM.

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