Any sign that it's working? If they only offer that one hour per year what do they do next? With no followup the kids will be teased with something they can't do in their school. The old line about kids asking about math - "Will we ever use this?" is mild compared to "Hey kids! Here's something you could use to make six figures and change the world! Now, run along. We'll give you "what most schools offer" - nothing - plus another hour of it a year from now!" As for teachers, when the first teacher nets were rolled out decades ago, TENet being one of the most robust first ones, they found that most of the teachers went online and average of 20 min a day in the first year, and it was mostly from home - as they didn't have 20 minutes to spare inside the school day. The idea that teachers will somehow find a way to shoehorn meaningful tech learning into their classrooms without standards or curriculum is not a reliable path forward.