Can We Train America to Train its Workers?

Techonomy Video  |  September 23, 2014, 11:18 AM  |  Techonomy Exclusive

By 2022 the U.S. is projected to need 1.4 million new programmers, but at the current rate only 400,000 IT grads will emerge to fill them. How America tackles this disparity will help determine its ongoing global competitiveness and the economic success of all Americans. Codecademy has developed innovative training tools, and the White House is turning to this issue with great urgency.

In this session from our Sept. 16 Techonomy Detroit conference, Techonomy’s David KirkpatrickĀ talks to Brian Forde of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Codecademy CEO Zach Sims about how to close the looming skills gap.

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