“PolitiCode” program set for 9 a.m. tomorrow at Farragut High School

The inaugural “PolitiCode” event where Knox County students teach coding to elected officials from the community begins at 9 a.m. tomorrow (November 5) at Farragut High School.

The event – click here to register – is a joint effort of new Knoxville Technology Council (KTech), Knox County Schools and the Great Schools Partnership. Knoxville Entrepreneur Brandon Bruce is leading the Election Day effort along with Knoxville Councilwoman Stephanie Welch and Knox County Commissioner Larsen Jay.

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