As a high school student in New York, Amelia Goodman received some poor career advice. She was told to stick to English and other creative arts and to not to bother exploring science or math. Fortunately she didn’t listen. While Goodman’s path to STEM may not have been a straightforward shot it is safe to say that she has finally arrived. This summer the University of Pennsylvania student will be working as a software engineer…Read More
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A Year Off Or A Year On.
It is not uncommon for high school graduates to desire a year long break from academics. Especially after dedicating 12 consecutive years to learning and education. Don’t be surprised to learn then that even Malia Obama needs a break from it all, as she prepares for her gap year before continuing her college education. The question is, how will she spend it?
It may be uncommon to…Read More
Earlier this year, the Florida legislature considered a bill to count coding classes for foreign language credit. The bill died, but the debate around it remains at the heart of the new push to integrate coding into K-12 curricula across the country, often as part of a language requirement. As Edutopia claims:
“In terms…Read More