Code Ninjas Hosting Free Holiday Hack-A-Thons for Kids Ages 7-14

Code Ninjas teaches children ages 7-14 to code by building their own video games in a fun, safe, and inspiring environment. With a robust, nine-belt curriculum inspired by martial arts, Code Ninjas keeps kids engaged, while parents see their children gain life-changing STEM skills. We recommend: [Video] Exclusive Interview with “The People’s Engineer” Brianne C […]

[Video] New Partnership will Educate Teachers to Include Coding and Robotics Into the Classroom

Today, 42 percent of principals cite inadequate training as a barrier to expanding computer science offerings within their schools.  Coding and robotics provide an exciting opportunity for  educators to integrate hands-on, creative learning experiences into their classrooms. National nonprofit AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), developer of the college-readiness system now used by more than 6,400 schools across […]

Teens Exploring Tech Opens “The Cube v 2.0” in Los Angeles

“Teens Exploring Technology (TXT),” a non-profit that uses coding to turn teens of color into tech leaders, relocated  “The Cube” to a new and improved headquarters and hackerspace in South Los Angeles on Nov 4th. “The Cube V 2.0” will be a place for community members to “Lead, Innovate, and Learn” together young men of color betwwen […]