Congratulations to BSA’s 2016 Girls Who Code Class!

posted by in Industry August 31, 2016

BSA’s Girls Who Code class of 2016 graduated this month, marking the end of an intensive seven-week coding program. While most of the 19 girls in the BSA classroom began the program with no knowledge of coding, they are now proficient in several programming languages, including Python, Scratch, HTML, and CSS. They have created websites […]

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World-Wide Welcome

posted by in Industry February 19, 2013

Immigration reform is now firmly on the national agenda. This is good news, because hidden in the immigration debate is an immediate and pressing challenge facing the country, and lawmakers should seize the opportunity now to confront it. To remain productive, innovative and competitive, the United States needs to educate and train tens of thousands […]

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STEM Winding

posted by in Industry September 21, 2012

The US economy — still the biggest in the world, by far — drives and thrives on innovation. But innovation, as we know, depends on the best minds in the world. No top talent, no next new thing. Put it this way: A + B = C. (Or maybe: E = MC2.) One way we […]

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