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    Talladega County Schools was selected as 1 of 3 core districts to participate in a project in partnership with the National Science Foundation and Digital Promise Global that will address equitable access to computational education in public schools. The project, titled "Developing Inclusive K-12 Computing Pathways for the League of Innovative School," is a research-practice partnership between Digital Promise and the members of its flagship network of public school districts.

    The partnership will set out "to design, study, and improve 12 school districts' computational thinking pathways," and focus primarily on addressing access and creating equitable learning experiences in computational education for underserved students, according to news release. Computational thinking is basically a form of learning in which students use problem-solving approaches and computing techniques to show problems and then determine their solutions.