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Teachers in the Nanakuli and Waianae complex area attended a six-day coding class at Waianae Intermediate School designed to train teachers in coding using programmable robotic cars, also known as Altino cars. Teachers are hoping to develop a curriculum that incorporates coding with core subjects like math and social studies. Video story courtesy Hawaii News Now.
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