President Donald Trump, who has had a rocky relationship with tech companies during his short administration so far, announced an education initiative Monday that apparently met with their approval.

In a White House ceremony, Trump directed his education secretary to allocate at least $200 million a year to fund student access to coursework in science, engineering, and especially, computer science.

“With the growing role of technology in driving the American economy, many jobs increasingly require skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)—including, in particular, Computer Science,” Trump’s official memorandum on the directive states. “These skills open the door to jobs, strengthening the backbone of American ingenuity, driving solutions to complex problems across industries, and improving lives around the world.” Read the full story here.