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September 25, 2012
Teacher Kristi Rahn (C) helps to first grade students during a computer lesson in school in Tallinn September...
Tallinn, Estonia
Teacher Rahn helps to first grade students during a computer lesson in school in Tallinn
Teacher Kristi Rahn (C) helps to first grade students during a computer lesson in school in Tallinn September 25, 2012. Estonian Tiger Leap Foundation has launched a program called "ProgeTiiger" where Estonian students will be introduced to computer programming and creating web and mobile applications. According to representatives from the foundation, the program will start with students in the first grade, which starts around the age of 7, and will continue through a student's final years of public school, around age 15. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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