Hour of Code Activities

Hour of Code Log Your Time

Code.org is organizing the Hour of Code, a massive campaign to 
recruit 10 million students to try one hour of computer science 
during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 7-12, 2015).

Learn More About the Hour of Code:

Watch the following videos:

Some shocking statistics (USA)
  • There will be 1 million more computing jobs than students over the next 10 years (adding up to $500 billion in salaries)
  • More than 50 percent of all projected math and science occupations are in computing occupations.
  • Computing occupations are among the highest-paying jobs for new graduates. Yet fewer than 3% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science.
  • In 36 states, computer science classes don’t count toward math or science high school graduation requirements.
  • A.P. Computer Science is taught in only 5% of U.S. high schools
  • Fewer than 20 percent of AP Computer Science students are women. Fewer than 10% are Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino.