It's easy to assume that technology will always march on, and that our devices will always get better, faster and cheaper. But without inventors, disruptors, scientists and engineers, our culture of creative innovation would not exist.
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Of all the push towards STEM activities among young students, FIRST is likely one of the best programs to succeed in engaging youth in science and eng...
Giving our math and science stars the same level of recognition we award our sports stars could be a key component of graduating the kind of talented adults companies around the world want to hire.
With kids like these, the future will always look bright, no matter how dark the present seems. The world needs a generation of champions for change, and that's exactly what today's youth are.
I'm not suggesting we raise a nation of pyromaniacs. But youthful experimentation is a prerequisite to innovation, to giving kids "license to think outside the box."
There's nothing more thrilling than watching a first grader string sounds and words together and then beam with pride and understanding, "I'm reading!"
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