What's your rationale for that, snowflake?
There is no reason to teach every kid to code, any more than we should teach every kid to pilot a ship or practice law.
I don't question this, but I wonder how you manage to keep the skill. I used to program Z80 assembly in the late 90s (Sharp organizers) and 8086 in the early 90s, but I can't say that I know Z80 and 8086 assembler anymore.
Or have you managed to keep up the memory by continuing to program antique devices (not a terrible idea)?