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College and Career Readiness

Skills for post-secondary education and workforce development.

Oct 16, 2017


Degree Programs in Curriculum and Instruction

Penn State World Campus consistently ranks in the top 10 graduate education programs in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online Programs.” Penn State offers a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with five emphases to choose from: STEM Education; Elementary Education; Children’s Literature; Curriculum and Supervision; and Theory and Practice in English, Social Studies, and World Languages. Select the curriculum and instruction emphasis area that’s right for you. Learn from the same faculty who teach on campus and apply your new knowledge immediately in your classroom. Penn State’s program is asynchronous, so there is no need to log in at a specific time; study on your own time—from any location. Request a brochure.

Oct 16, 2017


Closing the Homework Gap

Sprint and the Sprint Foundation have launched the 1Million Project, a multiyear initiative to offer free mobile devices and free high-speed wireless internet connectivity to 1 million low-income high school students lacking a reliable source of internet access at home. The expansive new program will help eliminate the “homework gap” that puts these students at a major disadvantage because they don’t have ready access to the internet needed for completing homework, communicating with teachers, or applying for jobs, scholarships, or college. Sprint is now accepting applications for the second year of the 1Million Project, which starts at the beginning of the 2018 - 2019 school year and runs for four years. High schools and school districts can earn a spot in the program by applying online.

Mexican American Engineering Society

Sep 21, 2017


Latino Organization Focusing on Developing STEM Leaders

The Mexican American Engineering Society (MAES) is the foremost Latino organization for the development of STEM leaders in the academic, executive, and technical communities. MAES was founded in Los Angeles in 1974 to increase the number of Mexican Americans and other Hispanics in the technical and scientific fields.

Coding for Latina Hispanic Girls

Sep 21, 2017


Program to Interest Hispanic Girls in Technology

Formed in 2014, Latina Girls Code (LGC) was created to fill the diversity gap between girls aged 7–17 who are interested in technology. The program provides mentors, access to hardware and digital tools, as well as internships through various programs and events throughout the year.

Magazine for Girls

Sep 01, 2017


Magazine Inspiring Girls to Be Strong and Inquisitive

Kazoo is a new kind of quarterly print magazine for girls, aged 5–10—one that inspires them to be strong, smart, fierce, and above all, true to themselves.


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