Despite the majority of people not being aware that Estonia has became a technology giant, the fact is that it is one of the most advanced countries in Europe when we talk about innovation. Its latest step is to teach kids how to code from the age of seven or eight years old.

Up to 100 percent of Estonian students will learn to write computer programming code thanks to the Tiigrihüppe Foundation, which launched the initiative ProgeTiiger that will transform children from consumers o...

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