The Innovation Center in Richmond will host an announcement Wednesday detailing a new computer science education initiative. State Senator Jeff Raatz (R-27) and AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards are set to take part in the event.
The effort is being supported by AT&T Aspire, which is the companies education initiative focusing on high school success and work force development. AT&T says the program has involved more than one million students throughout the United States since it launched in 2008.
The announcement is set for Wednesday, September 2 at 10:30 a.m. at the Innovation Center on Main St. in Richmond.