Educators and organizations are using coding to prepare kids for the future and bounce back from an unusual school year. See how students are getting access to more STEM resources below.
STEAM job openings are continuing to grow, which means kids today will have better opportunities as adults if they have a background in STEAM. Find out how you can help your kids prepare for their futures now.
This past school year was unlike any in recent memory, and parents and educators alike are concerned about the impact on kids. Find out what a survey of nearly 10,000 educators revealed as their top concerns for their students.
Kiddo Byte was founded by a high school student who wanted to increase access to computer science resources and classes. His organization is helping a Massachusetts nonprofit for homeless women and children offer free coding classes for kids.
There’s a reason they’re called programming languages! A current bill in Michigan would allow high school students in that state to take computer coding classes to fulfill the foreign language requirement for graduation.
We know that STEM is the future, but right now there aren’t enough qualified candidates to fill the STEM jobs currently available. Here are some ideas for how we can get more STEM talent in the US (coding plays a big part!).
STEM is important for everyone, but black people make up just 9% of the current STEM workforce. See how we can improve this starting with today’s generation of students.
After a school year that was mostly virtual for most students, many districts are preparing to go back to in-person learning. Discover how one educator thinks coding can help with this transition for the 2021/22 school year.
Swift Playground has been around for a few years already, but Apple’s newest update allows users to not only learn how to code Swift, but build and submit apps to the App Store straight from an iPad.