Intel pilots $5 million ‘scholars’ program in Oakland, Calif. schools

Intel plans to invest $5 mln over the next five years in a new pilot program to teach computer science to high school students in the Oakland Unified School District. Its CEO Bryan Krzanich hopes it will be a national template. Source: Intel pilots $5 million ‘scholars’ program in Oakland, Calif. schools

What About an Hour of Design?

Last week, schools across the United States were completing an Hour of Code. Coding has taken the education landscape by storm, with the President himself hosting 100 of the nation’s top computer science teachers, including two from Oakland Unified School District. Code.org, a site that perhaps is the epicenter of the movement, came to a …

What is the best device for K-12?

Some people are in search of the right technology, the right device, the right answer. These folks may think that it will only take some research, and the smart ones will pick the correct solution. This may date back to the early PC vs. Mac duality┬áthat began in the mid-80s. “Business” users felt like they …

High Hopes for 3 Technology Products

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Schools and Districts Need to Avoid Email Hell

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