There's virtually no AI curriculum for K-12 students — And there's a real risk in falling behind other countries
from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Christine Nguyen has led robotics competitions for a decade. As director of STEM education for the Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania, she knows these competitions are grueling and typically require tons of preparation. So when Nguyen found out last year that she had two weeks to help a group of young children — most in elementary school — prepare for a robotics event, she was floored. "... I was like, are you kidding? We have to get these kids ready, who haven't done coding, in two weeks?"
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