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Brownsville »

"Startup Tech," a coding class for children, is teaching fourth and fifth graders to design apps.

Brownsville »

The new community resource launched Friday, offering access to career development and health education.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The library on 10th Avenue is one of seven in the city offering the introductory coding course.

Williamsburg »

Geek Forest celebrates its grand opening this Saturday.

Bed-Stuy »

Ada and Leo is a series of classes helping kids aged 6 through 9 learn robotics, circuitry and more.

Upper East Side »

The course typically costs $50 an hour but The Coding Space is offering it for free on Saturday.

Stapleton »

The Staten Island MakerSpace will run three new STEAM workshops for students.

Park Slope »

P.S./M.S. 282 wants to expand its coding curriculum, but the school's computers are out-of-date.

Bed-Stuy »

Digital Girl, a new nonprofit aimed at encouraging girls to consider STEM careers, launched Tuesday.

West Harlem »

Two dozen Harlem high schoolers spent their summer doing app development and engineering design.

Upper East Side »

Breakthrough New York prepares academically gifted students from low-income communities for college.

Huguenot »

Anthony Onesto, who has two daughters, wants to encourage more girls to study software engineering.

Gramercy »

A new program will train 120 high school teachers to bring coding to NYC classrooms, DOE officials said.

Cobble Hill »

CoderDojo and Find & Seek will host September workshops at the Beam Center.