A startup is offering students an online course that’s designed to teach them how to code.
The course is designed for children and adults ages 6-11 years old.
Angel Computer Education is also offering an interactive website that helps them find the course.
The company is based in Los Angeles.
The site also includes video tutorials and lessons on how to use the company’s software to teach programming.
The startup, which has a staff of about 40, has received $20 million from the Education Department to help fund its courses.
Angel Software founder John Daley said he started the company in 2016 with the idea that computer learning is a core competency for students of all ages.
He said the company started offering its classes online to encourage a more hands-on approach.
Angel’s classes, he said, were the first online course offering computer programming to children.
Daley, a California native, said Angel is aiming to offer the classes in grades 6-12.
“We’ve been in this industry for years and we know how to offer things online that we never thought would be available,” he said.
Angel, which Daley co-founded, offers software that lets people program their computers to perform different tasks.
The software is aimed at helping people with disabilities and people with autism learn to program, including by teaching the user how to create programs and then use those programs to create more complex and creative projects.
The computer education startup is hoping to reach more people with limited computer skills.
The technology is “very powerful” but not very user-friendly, Daley told CNNMoney.
Angel is the only company offering computer learning classes to kids.
Dara said the software is also used by people who want to learn more about science or engineering but aren’t ready for it.
Angel has received about $1.6 million from Education Department grants since it began offering computer education classes in the spring.
Dina Rau, an education professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, said the technology has the potential to be a powerful tool to help people with a variety of disabilities learn computer programming.
Rau said Angel Computer education’s technology can be useful for children with disabilities.
“It can help a child learn to code, but also help a teacher to teach a child to read,” she said.
The program’s curriculum includes a series of videos on coding and programming that Daley hopes will help parents understand what the software does and why it’s important for kids.
“The kids who come in are really going to be able to see that this is really valuable,” Daley explained.
The school has seen positive reviews for the course, with many parents reporting that they were able to teach their kids how to do things online.
“I think that it’s a great thing,” said Stephanie Bierman, who has a 6-year-old son who is learning to code and enjoys the program.
“She gets a lot of value out of it.”
In June, the company announced that it would offer a second course online starting in November.
The new online course will focus on using the technology to teach children the basics of coding.
The first course was delivered in June 2016 and focused on coding.
Dabrowski, Angel’s co-founder, said he was inspired to start the company after his son was diagnosed with autism.
He is trying to help others learn the basics before they have autism.
“What’s been really amazing is that it was really a collaborative effort between the schools,” Dabramski said.
“Some schools, like my own, were really great.
I thought it was time to bring in a new school and we were able with the expertise we have.”