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I think many educators' and students' experiences just highlight the opposite. After the disillusion of the 60's and 70's about CS in schools, it is now crystal clear that: 1. students struggle with the higher order thinking required from Math reasoning 2. they need to self-pace their learning in Math 3. they want to receive quick feedback about small chunks of interactive Math learning. Most importantly, CS has all these features and also provides them with all the logical skills needed to face current learning problems in Math and across the other subjects in schools. Google, KhanA., learnstreet.com, codecademy.com, scratch and many others support the renaissance of CS for kids, teenagers and adults as well.

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