Authorities are investing heavily to get schools and students capable of succeeding in the digital economy.
For 22 years, Xu Xinyan has taught computer skills and computer science to young Chinese students.
Now she is on the front lines of China’s national push to educate the next generation in coding skills essential to excel in the new economy.
With a Microsoft China Education partner, she is going to bring the KODU innovative curriculum to more than 150 schools and 200 IT instructors reaching 30,000 students, through forums, training sessions and video recordings.
China sees artificial intelligence and robotics as…