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One of the first exposures that kids have to computers, coding and technology is in video games. It ranges from educational app games on the iPad to watching Grandma and Grandpa play solitaire on the computer. As a result, interest in becoming a game developer or designer is on the rise. Getting started can seem intimidating and overwhelming. While the video game industry continues to grow and reach new technical heights, this makes it

It’s true what they say that every child starts out as a scientist. Every rock you find them chewing on, glass of water they knock over or time spent sorting Skittles by color is really a mini science experiment where they learn physics, biology, addition and subtraction. Bringing your child’s natural inclinations together with a thoughtful lesson as a parent and home school provider is fun and almost effortless at first. However, as they

In today's reality, anything you bring up or mention about any statement made by any politician or appointee seems to be spun back to some political stance by whoever is quoting said politician or appointee. I am not making a political statement. However, I am trying to spark a conversation about CTE and STEM education. Regardless whether you are Red, Blue, Purple or Grey, I believe that when it comes to education, the mantra

May 31, 2018, in Anaheim, California – El Rancho Charter School is celebrating four of its students, the first middle school students in the U.S. to receive the Certified Web Designer Novice Industry Certificate from the Web Professionals Association. New Professional Industry Certificate to engage STEM Middle School Learners This is the first year for this new credential aimed at helping middle school students understand that hard work – even as early as in middle

Manhattan, Kansas May 24, 2018 – Nine Manhattan High School Students are the newest Kansas High School Students to earn their Mobile Application Design and Development industry credentials. These students owe their opportunity to earn these new credentials to Manhattan High School's Business Educator Kathy Ricketts. This is Kathy's first year teaching the Web and Mobile Application Industry Certification curriculum. As you know, the first year of a new course takes extra effort, and