InOpen – How we are changing the way CS is taught in K-12

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June 28, 2014 by Rupesh

InOpen is in its 5th year of operations. In these 5 years we have impacted more than 5,00,000 students, 300+ schools, 4000+ teachers directly through our products. It hasn’t been easy for us but we set an audacious vision for ourselves, a vision to “Change the way Computer Science is taught in schools”. I am happy to share that we are now actually changing the way Computer Science is taught in schools not only in India but across the world. On behalf of my team at InOpen, I present to you a video showcasing our vision and our journey.

I feel very proud of InOpen and I hope you feel the same too. If you like it then feel free to share it with your friends


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