The nonprofit Kapor Center is launching the Rising STEM Scholars Initiative to provide low income students and students of color opportunities to take AP courses in math, science and computer science.
A new software coding program at Bellevue College aims to build students' tech skills for technology jobs in the software development field. The institution's Continuing Education division partnered with coding education company Coding Dojo to create the new line of accelerated education courses, beginning with a 12-week program in Python development.
RoboWunderkind is launching The Robo Coding Saga to give young children opportunities to experiment with building and coding robots.
The Amazon Future Engineering Program is providing Title I schools with resources to teach high students Intro and AP computer science courses.
As more colleges and universities add esports to their formal athletics programs, they'll eventually need to grapple with Title IX implications, according to a new paper from AnyKey.
As more colleges and universities add esports to their formal athletics programs, they'll eventually need to grapple with Title IX implications.
LEGO and Amazon have announced a joint voice challenge. The two companies are hoping teachers will pick up on the contest as an in-class or after-school activity.
LEGO and Amazon are challenging students to bring voice commands to robots. The two have announced a joint voice challenge, hoping schools will pick up on the contest as an in-class activity.
Two California State University campuses are working with CodePath.org to strengthen their computer science degree offerings.
A business course at the University of West Georgia is teaching undergraduates about robotics programming, networking and plugging into the Internet of Things, to help them prepare for jobs that may not exist yet.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos showed up at a middle school in Nashville to kick off the area's "Amazon Future Engineer" program. This partnership will bring computer science courses and robotics to schools in Metro Nashville Public Schools, as well as other Tennessee districts.
The U.S. Department of Education is providing 29 grantees with approximately $78 million in funds to focus on STEM initiatives as part of the Education Innovation and Research (EIR) program.