Quorum Included in Hour of Code (AccessComputing News - January 2016)
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 therefore 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 28,000 since last December. Find the Quorum tutorial online.