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News Media Advisory: Governor’s All-State Coding Competition, May 5

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May 4, 2018

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News Media Advisory: Governor’s Coding Competition at A-State, Saturday 5/4/2018 WHAT: Governor’s All-State Coding Competition WHO: Gov. Asa Hutchinson will present awards to the winning students WHEN: Saturday, May 5 — Competition in the morning, awards ceremony at 1:30 p.m. WHERE: Centennial Hall, Carl R. Reng Student Union (GPS 101 N. Caraway Rd.), Arkansas State University DETAILS: Participants in the Governor’s All-State Coding Competition at A-State will be the winners of the previously conducted All‑Region competitions. More details about the coding competition are on the Arkansas Department of Education’s website<>. ONSITE CONTACT: Anthony Owen, Director of Computer Science Education, Arkansas Department of Education # # #
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