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Tech school General Assembly is expanding in a big way, sister site Technical.ly DC reports:
Specifically, GA aims to up its number of physical campuses from 15 to 25 by the end of the year.
The focus on “new, high demand markets” means the DMV will be seeing another GA campus of its own — set to be located in Arlington, Va. Other new campuses include one in Brooklyn, another in Dallas and an expansion to the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia.
“We’re expanding in New York City, offering our most popular classes and workshops in coding, data, business, and design in Brooklyn,” GA’s Brooklyn site now declares.
It’s not the first time the education outfit has had a presence in Brooklyn. Back in 2013, GA offered a slew of classes in Dumbo.
Also, tonight at coworking space The Yard, GA is offering a $90 course in Google Analytics. Check it out.
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