State seeks more input on computer science requirements

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Department of Education is holding two more public sessions to get input on the state's new minimum standards for computer science education.

A bill passed earlier this year requires that computer science and digital skills be added to the state standards. The department held six meetings around the state to hear from educators, administrators and the public in May and June, and now plans two more sessions in December before presenting a draft proposal to the state Board of Education.

The first meeting will be held Thursday and the second is set for Dec. 12. Both will be at the Department of Education office in Concord.


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