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TechNews4Kids - In the Age of Automation, How Will AI Impact Future Jobs?

AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been the forefront of innovation when it comes to technology and convenience. How will that impact jobs in the future? Speaking of technology, NASA will soon use drones as a means to explore planets, where they've only used wheeled rovers before! Back on Earth, scien

Top 5 Free Sites to Help Elementary and Middle Schoolers Learn to Code (Recommended by Create & Learn)

Coding is one of the most valuable skills to master for kids. Standards for K-12 computer science education have been established in 34 states in the US, and the number of students taking computer science AP exams has tripled over the last three years. Unfortunately, few schools are equipped to tea

Role Model of the Month - Joy Jin on “Exploring and Pursuing Your Passion”

This month’s role model is Joy Jin, a bay area native and, a first-year medical student at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) who has some big goals for her future. However, it was things she learned while growing up, like competitive ice-skating and starting a nonprofit for the visu

Despite Progress, Significant Gaps Remain for Females & Minorities in Computer Science AP Exams

The AP (Advanced Placement) Computer Science (A and P) exam is gaining more momentum, with more and more students taking it each year — but big gaps remain. There are more students taking the AP exam than ever before. This includes girls as well as minorities. However, when it comes to Computer Sci

Create & Learn Monthly - From Harvard to UCSF Medical School, Meet Our Role Model of the Month: Joy Jin on Pursuing Passion!

We are so excited to introduce our role model of the month, Joy Jin! She is a STEM enthusiast and has an infectious passion for learning, as well as helping others. Also, we are thankful to parents who take the time to give some great feedback about our classes! See what they're talking about by joi

TechNews4Kids - Would You Like to Have Robot Arms?

Have you ever sat back and thought, what would it be like if I had an extra pair of hands? Robot arms might be the answer! In London, the Natural History Museum hosted its annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, and the photos are spectacular. AI is a large part of our day, as well as what

TechNews4Kids - First All-Female Spacewalk Makes History

An all-female spacewalk took place earlier this October, and it was out of this world! What does this mean for the future of astronauts? Our laptops have changed how we work, and the portable Mac that started it all just turned 30! Speaking of computers, AI just might help us predict earthquakes, bu

TechNews4Kids - Why Your Kids Should Know About AI & How it Works

In this technological age, kids are growing up with phones and AI programs as the everyday norm. Why is it important that they understand how it all works? When it comes to sustainability, Abu Dhabi has found a way to turn art into sustainable energy. Speaking of eco-friendly ideas, there's a compan

TechNews4Kids - Is the Loch Ness Monster Real? We're Finally Getting Answers, But it's Not What You'd Expect!

It's officially October! So why not start off the spooky month with an interesting DNA find related to the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie? While some states are enjoying cooler weather, it's still pretty hot out there, and some inventors are racing to create wearable air conditioners. And when it comes t

Create & Learn Monthly - Screen Time for Our Children Isn't Always Bad. Neither are the games!

Screen time tends to get a bad rep, especially when it comes to our kids. However, it isn't ALL bad! Games seem to have a similar reputation, but can they provide a better way to learn certain things? And we all love Shark Week over the summer, what are female scientists doing to encourage more girl
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