• Hack Club!

    High school students have started taking charge of their own computer science education. One of them, Zach Latta, an 18-year-old who was named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" list for 2016, has helped to create a network of coding groups ("Hack Clubs") that have spread to 12 states and six countries so far. The purpose: to get kids coding regardless of background or prior technical knowledge.

  • Bringing Coding to the Masses One School at a Time

    A Q&A with 18-year-old Zach Latta, executive director of San Francisco-based Hack Club, a 2015 recipient of the Thiel Fellowship and one of Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 (Education Category) for 2016.

  • To Parents, 'STEM Careers' Doesn't Mean Teaching; It Means Engineering

    A new survey by Harris Poll of 644 parents of children under 18 living in the household found that only 9 percent said they would encourage their kids to become teachers of science, technology, engineering or math.

  • Technology Aids Understanding Science of Learning

    A group of scientists who research learning came together from around the country for a National Science Foundation conference to share their "latest findings, lessons learned [and] new directions."



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