A New Crop of Computer Programming Schools

A New Crop of Computer Programming Schools

With demand for skilled programmers on the rise, many organizations are offering new training programs that teach application development skills. Recently, several of those organizations have attracted funding from investors. For example, Treehouse Island Inc., which teaches online classes in Web and mobile development, recently received $600,000 in funding, and a similar online startup, Codecademy raised $2.5 million. In New York, General Assembly, which has a physical campus, received $4.25 in investment funding.

According to the Computer Research Association, the number of students receiving a bachelor’s degree in computer science rose 11 percent in 2010. However, the number of high schools offering introductory courses in programming has fallen.

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