Enlarge / President Donald Trump motions to his daughter Ivanka Trump as she delivers remarks alongside students and members of Congress and her father’s administration, before President Trump signed a memorandum to expand access to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education in the Oval Office at the White House on September 25, 2017 in Washington, DC. (credit: Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)
Ivanka Trump spoke briefly at a Tuesday event in Detroit put on by a trade group known as the Internet Association.

The event centered around a pledge from companies and the federal government to spend $500 million on coding and computer science education at the K-12 levels.
According to White House pool reports, Trump (who is one of the daughters of President Donald Trump) arrived around midday to speak with various executives as part of a brief “fireside chat.”
“Computer science and coding are priorities for the administration as we think about pathways to jobs and alignment of education to in-demand jobs in the modern economy,” Trump said, according to White House pool reports. “I’ve spent a lot of time on the growth of economy and job growth. Part of that is jobs unfilled today and jobs of the future and the skill sets necessary to enable the next gen to thrive.”
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