Quorum Included in Hour of Code

A screenshot of the Quorum tutorial.
All students, including those who are blind, can learn to program using Quorum.

For the second year, students participating in code.org’s Hour of Code can choose an accessible tutorial with a programming language called Quorum. The tutorial works with screenreaders and is accessible for participants with visual impairments.

The Hour of Code is a global movement encouraging students to try coding for an hour, with no experience required. The lessons provide a short introduction to programming to K-12 students and has had over 100 million of participants; the Quorum tutorial has had over 25,000 since last December. Try the Quorum tutorial!