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Becky Byer, a math and computer science teacher at Kelly Walsh, works with Jonah Blom during a computer science class Nov. 15. Kelly Walsh's two computer science teachers have been working on code with students long before the Legislatures began to consider requiring computer science classes.

What do you think about the possibility of computer science becoming a graduation requirement for high school students in Wyoming?

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