I think the thing I would change is in High School and still a bit in college, programming was only offered/avaliable to kids in advanced math courses, at least in my experience. I understand how some level of advanced math is needed but I think those can be taught in an interactive way with programming. Math is very abstract and I tip my hat to anyone with the passion for it. But, I think getting kids to create things is more the direction they should go in. For me it was games, for kids now it can be litterally anything, so much of our daily lives rely on computers and programming is just how us humans get computers to listen.
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