November 9, 2017

First robotics competition of the year draws hundreds of students from ArkLaTex

Novmber 7, 2017 With terms like microscopes, centrifuges, chemical compounds, and biohazardous waste being batted about on Saturday, November 4, 2017, you may think the Bossier Civic Center was host to a scientific conference. Rather, approximately 210 elementary, middle, and high school teams from public and private schools and homeschool […]
November 6, 2017

It’s time to address cybersecurity education, say policymakers

November 2, 2017 Though technology has grown in ubiquity throughout college classrooms, the workforce is still seeing a shortage of graduates who actually have the technical expertise necessary to maintain and secure these networked tools. The gap — with the potential economic and security ramifications — has got policymakers, as […]
November 6, 2017

Educators learn to teach cyber across all subjects

October 30, 2017 Brian Case looked over his coding for his Arduino robot with deep concentration. The head of school at Westminster Schools of Augusta said learning the process was like learning another language, but one students at his school and others will be able to pick up on much […]
November 2, 2017

Columbia County keeps up with cyber demand by integrating hands on curriculum

November 1, 2017 COLUMBIA COUNTY, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – It’s been a huge push for Columbia County Schools to add more cyber courses and activities to integrate throughout the classroom and part of the way they’re doing that is by training the ones who are teaching your kids. Brenda Balliet the […]