Perhaps in America. Meanwhile the UK has another generation of PiWars teams, and coderDojo, and code_club, and the RaspberryPi Foundation, and Maker classes with 3D printers and laser cutters. The focus is on making learning fun and learning to make, code and succeed. It seems, from here, quite cohesive.
Long ago there were two major scopes companies. They each tried to build future business by granting scopes to schools. (They were businesses after all…) Swift Playgrounds, and Google AIY seem like modern “future business” education efforts that probably have limited future.
You guys are depressing, talking about the demise, (and the uncertain future), of DI. DI is the “robot I’m riding” and the weak point of the GoPiGo3 is me.