After a bad perm that left her with thinning hair at the age of 11, Jasmine created her own successful line of all-natural hair products, and has discovered a love of computer science and robotics. (via Huffington Post)
There are many obstacles facing students and teachers striving for programming education. Read how these students and teachers are refusing to wait for systematic changes, and are moving towards grassroots development. (via San Jose Mercury News)
As computer science becomes more available and prevalent to students, both kids and their parents are seeing programming as a beneficial skill and talent, as well as an excellent career option. (via Los Angeles Times)
After participating in the Engineering Fair, Amber Barron realized that the best way for her to help her fellow students through the same process was to develop her own curriculum. (via Huffington Post & KUTV2 News)
Ever wonder how Lean Startup methods can be applied to education? Steve Blank outlines how this is not only possible, but necessary. (via Huffington Post)
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