Students anxiously await summer break. It’s a time to sleep in, hang out with friends and spend lazy days on the beach.
But, unfortunately, it also can undo some of the learning from the recent school year. In fact, many students will lose between one and three months of learning during the summer, according to the National Summer Learning Association.
The phenomenon is often called “brain drain.” But technology is one tool that can help fight it.
Play Audio – WTAM 1100 Newsradio – Tech Tuesday – December 9th, 2014
As mobile smart devices become common, everyone will have a computer in their pocket. Learning how to program will only become a more important skill kids may need for future careers. To help with that education, December 8th-14th has been declared Computer Science Education Week, with links and resources for students, parents and educators.