The Girl Geek Academy is set to launch the next phase of its #MissMakesCode teacher training programme and coding curriculum to target girls aged five to eight.
Aruba Networks says it is making inroads into the primary and higher education sectors to meet strong market demand, signing up new Australian customers, as Australia shifts towards "all-wireless" classrooms.
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