As the economy changes and the way we consume information changes with it, the way students learn has also changed. Digital textbooks, tablets, and smart phones have made learning easier than ever before for many.
Jobs that require computer skills have grown and evolved over the last two decades as well, with many jobs requiring coding knowledge. Ensuring as many students have a chance to access technology and curriculum geared for the job market they are graduating in to.
Jason has championed coding initiatives and grants in North Carolina, as well as programs that make technology accessible for low-income students who otherwise may not have a chance to pursue opportunities in the computer science field.