Ethan Greenberg, a sixth-grader at Silver Trail Middle School in Pembroke Pines, poses for a photo with state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, while his mom, Ryan, looks on after a Senate Education Committee meeting Monday in Tallahassee. Ethan and Ryan Greenberg spoke in favor of Brandes’ proposal to make computer coding count as a foreign language for Florida high school students.
Ethan Greenberg, a sixth-grader at Silver Trail Middle School in Pembroke Pines, poses for a photo with state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, while his mom, Ryan, looks on after a Senate Education Committee meeting Monday in Tallahassee. Ethan and Ryan Greenberg spoke in favor of Brandes’ proposal to make computer coding count as a foreign language for Florida high school students. Kristen M. Clark kclark@miamiherald.com
Ethan Greenberg, a sixth-grader at Silver Trail Middle School in Pembroke Pines, poses for a photo with state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, while his mom, Ryan, looks on after a Senate Education Committee meeting Monday in Tallahassee. Ethan and Ryan Greenberg spoke in favor of Brandes’ proposal to make computer coding count as a foreign language for Florida high school students. Kristen M. Clark kclark@miamiherald.com

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