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Tech Shift: CPS students get edge in programming with 'Hour of Code'

Some students in Chicago are learning a new language today - the language of computers. They’re part of a global event, called the 'Hour of Code,' which gets teenagers taking a crack at computer coding. WBEZ’s Becky Vevea reported on the 'Hour of Code' at the Wells High School in West Town and WBEZ's Tricia Bobeda joins us in studio to break down the event.

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