by Dieter Bohn By far, the most impressive demo for my money was the Minecraft demo — though Microsoft called it something like "Building Blocks" or some such, presumably so as not to fully commit to a
Well-funded STEM education giant Code.org announced a new landmark this month. If there are children in your life, especially if they go to public school in a big city, it’s likely you’re familiar with
In America, traditional schooling has frequently drawn inspiration from the trusty “three Rs”: writing, reading and arithmetic. But as the technology sector continues to boom, educators have realized this
“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.” Chinese Proverb Entrepreneurs have to address a variety of challenges, like finding support for a new idea, building a
Cloud computing has rapidly evolved from a disruptive innovation to a pervasive reality. Organizations of all kinds now use the cloud for everything from data backup to core systems such as enterprise
It's a global movement that needs to get even larger. The Hour of Code is an initiative launched last year by Code.org to encourage students and adults worldwide to take a single hour to learn how to Why?
“Katrin Macmillan is digitally democratizing education, she recently spoke about it at SXSW and she’s one of the most aspiring female social entrepreneurs I have ever met.” That’s how I was introduced
STEM -- the acronym for science, technology, engineering and math -- has sparked a nationwide debate about education, gender, immigration and the future of the U.S. economy. Here are six things you need
Hardly a week passes without a news story that touts the benefits of studying a STEM field. There is little doubt that majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics discipline can lead
Editor’s note: Ruthe Farmer is chief strategy and growth officer at the National Center for Women & Information Technology. On September 20, UN Women announced the HeForShe campaign, an effort to invite
Women working in STEM fields are 45% more likely than men to leave within the year, and it’s not for lack of enthusiasm. Recent research from the Center for Talent Innovation shows U.S. women working science,
Getting Lucky, Being Yourself, And Addressing The Big Questions: This Week’s Most Popular Leadership Stories
From luck to so-called “karma,” this week we called out the misconceptions around women’s career issues, and our own personal crises. Here are the stories you loved in Leadership, for the week of October
"Femvertising" is here, and it's probably here to stay. Ads catering to women and girls, citing feminism and female empowerment, and highlighting sexist double standards, seem to be everywhere these days.