Graphic novel makes computer science fun


A YA/teen graphic novel can make computer science education fun and easy?!
The bad news is that roughly half of high schools don’t allow computer science classes to count as credit toward graduation.
The good news is that now someone has made computer education fun: You can study it through a graphic novel that’s a mystery.
Name: Secret Coders
Nonprofit organization:
Pair behind it: cartoonist and computer programming teacher Gene Luen Yang and illustrator Mike Holmes.
Way to go, guys!

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