Logics Academy is excited to announce a new partnership with The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) to develop a digital readiness program for grades 6 – 8 educators and students across Canada.  MyFIT (Middle Years Focus on Information Technology) is a middle school precursor for the FIT (Focus on Information Technology) high school program and will be available to select classrooms starting April 2023.

In partnership with the ICTC team, Logics Academy will analyze resources and results from an earlier pilot program and provide recommendations and improvements to modernize the material and teacher activities.  Comprehensive teacher assessments will be created to ensure that students are gaining the future-ready skills required for today’s workplace, like computational/critical thinking and problem-solving.  In addition, thanks to funding from the Federal Government’s CanCode program, free coding hardware will be available for hands-on learning purposes. Training and support will be provided to ensure educator and student success, and upon completion of the program, students will receive MyFIT certification.  

ICTC offers programming to youth and young adults to help equip them with the skills required to compete in the digital economy.  In partnership with Logics Academy, a company dedicated to ensuring that all Canadian students are given the opportunity to advance their coding skills, they are pleased to offer this new program nationwide.  

 “ICTC’s strong reputation as a resource for upskilling students and this program’s goal of encouraging students to learn more future-ready skills aligns perfectly with our mission and vision. This partnership will support students and educators across the country evaluate their digital knowledge and provide a learning experience to foster leadership, interpersonal, technical and business skills.”

Ramy Ghattas, CEO of Logics Academy

ICTC is delighted to launch MyFIT for teachers and students in Grade 6-8 across Canada. This unique initiative reaches children and their educators earlier thereby increasing their motivation to pursue higher education and employment in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.”

Elizabeth Mills, Associate Vice-President, Skills Excellence, ICTC

About ICTC

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a neutral, not-for-profit national center of expertise with the mission of strengthening Canada’s digital advantage in the global economy. For over 30 years, and with a team of 110 experts, ICTC has delivered forward-looking research, practical policy advice, and capacity-building solutions for individuals and businesses. The organization’s goal is to ensure that technology is utilized to drive economic growth and innovation and that Canada’s workforce remains competitive on a global scale. 

About Logics Academy

Logics Academy is a leader in providing K-12 STEM, robotics and coding solutions and in developing rich, comprehensive learning experiences for students and educators across North America. Learn more about Logics Academy by visiting logicsacademy.com and follow us on social media @logicsacademy 

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