"When coding shows up in the curriculum of a liberal arts program, its primary purpose is usually pretty obvious: help students get hired. These efforts are often described as attempts to 'help non-computer science students build the tech skills required for today’s jobs' so that they are ultimately 'more employable.'"—Source: EdSurge
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WHY THIS MATTERS:
Should we start thinking about coding as a new liberal art? This EdSurge article makes a cogent case, showing that coding can be another narrative form.