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9780988707023
Material ID : 1668
(OLD 2015) Java Programming (AP)
Authors
CompuScholar
Publisher
CompuScholar, Inc.
Description
Teaches students to program in Java, covering all required topics on the AP CS A exam.
Series
Java Programming (AP)
Alignment
CTE / Information Technology >> Systems Engineering
35020000041: A.P. Computer Science
CTE / Information Technology >> Systems Engineering
35020000040: Advanced Computer Programming
CTE / Information Technology >> Systems Engineering
35020013040: Advanced Computer Programming CE
CTE / Information Technology >> Systems Engineering
35020013030: Computer Programming I CE
Adoption Recommendation
Recommended Limited (Spring 2015)
publisher website
https://www.compuscholar.com/schools/courses/ap-java/
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Evaluation
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