Hatch Coding is proud to announce a partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Toronto to provide teacher training and computer programming lessons for children attending the RMHC Toronto School this academic year.
In a statement about the partnership, Hatch co-founders and CEOs Emmanuelle Deaton and Peter Kuperman said: “We were so thrilled that the team at RMHC Toronto reached out to us about providing programming to their school students and training to their teachers. It is so important that every child be able to access education no matter how healthy or sick they are. We are very happy that we’ll be able to help them learn computer programming.”
They added, “Hatch appreciates the opportunity to support student learning at RMHC Toronto as students and families work through some challenging times and Hatch is proud to be part of the already incredible efforts at the organization.”
Hatch programs are project-based learning with a self-paced, mastery-based approach that allows students to learn at their own pace and go from being beginner to being intermediate coders in a relatively short period of time. The highly flexible nature of Hatch’s programs are an excellent fit for the RMHC Toronto School as the students have a wide variety of learning needs.