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Girls design apps to solve real-world issues

STEM SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

Girls taking part in an after-school program at a California school are learning to apply technology skills to real-world problems. The Technovation program challenges students to create mobile applications that can help solve community issues. The program is part of a larger trend around Silicon Valley to inspire girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Yahoo (05/24)


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Why visual arts is still necessary in today's schools

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Study: How movement can boost math skills

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Minn. company, community-college system are lauded for partnership

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How colleges, states and the federal government can reduce tuition costs

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House advances bills on research funding, R&D tax credit

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Pa. colleges align engineering programs to boost STEM graduates

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