The Onramp Program, a joint project of several Boise State departments and community partners, teaches in-demand coding skills to K-12 teachers who then can share the knowledge with their students in schools across the Treasure Valley. Onramp targets schools where at least 60 percent of students receive free or reduced lunch.
The program, supported by Apple, recently hosted its online Spring Showcase.
Program organizers are looking forward to Onramp Year 2, said Mark Woychick, director of programs in the College of Innovation and Design.
Find out more about Onramp.