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Flowchart: Should journalists learn to code?

On Monday, Olga Khazan wrote at the Atlantic that journalism schools shouldn’t require reporters to learn to code. She writes, “If you want to be a reporter, learning code will not help. It will only waste time that you should have been using to write freelance articles or do internships — the real factors that lead to these...
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