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DiDomenico hosts computer science students and advocates from Everett and across the Commonwealth

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Last week Senator Sal DiDomenico hosted a legislative event at the State House with Computer Science for Massachusetts, highlighting the importance of expanding and strengthening K-12 computer science (CS) programs throughout the Commonwealth. Senator DiDomenico remarked that “it was great to meet with Everett High School students and their CS teacher Neil Plotnick. It is exciting to see the innovative projects they are all working on and how important computer science can be for our state and our students.”

Attendees received a presentation from Computer Science for Massachusetts on the status of CS programs in the state and heard from a panel of educators about the importance of the programs and the way CS benefits our youngsters. Later on the event featured a student showcase where people got to see firsthand the impressive projects and programs our K-12 schools and students are creating with computer science.

“I want to thank State Representative Joe McGonagle, State Representative Manny Cruz, and all of the teachers and advocates who helped put this great event together and are working to expand computer science programs across Massachusetts,” said Senator DiDomenico.

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