My wife and I insisted that our children learn programming in Primary because we thought it was a great educational investment. And that was expensive and wasted time for the children and for us, who had to take them to classes.
At the age of 16, my son began to learn Artificial Intelligence on his own by watching MIT videos. Now 19 years old, he already knows a lot about it.
Do you have any idea what is the unemployment rate for Artificial Intelligence experts? And what can they win? Can you imagine how calm a parent feels with something like this?
Would this have happened without those distant classes in Primary? Now I am convinced that there is no better investment than the one we made in taking you to those programming classes.