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Five Secondary Schools to Launch Programming Lessons in September 2019

Starting September 2019 pupils of five secondary schools will be able to learn computer programming grounds, based on the worldwide recognized textbook – Hello Ruby.

The information was released by Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC).

Hello Ruby – this is a series of Finnish children books for teaching grounds of computer science in beginner classes and developing critical thought and analytical skills. 

Starting September, the mentioned program will be launched at 3 public schools and 2 private schools for 3 and 4 classes: Sagarejo N2, Rustavi N4, Tbilisi N7, Baxwood International School and XXI Century private schools. 

The mentioned textbook has been translated and published in 25 languages, including in Georgian. The textbook was prepared by 33-year-old Finnish programmer Linda Liukas, who was named among top 50 female IT specialists worldwide by the Forbes. 

Today, Linda Liukas conducted a certified training and workshop for about 60 Georgian pupils and trainers in developing the learning schemes as part of Hello Ruby textbook.