Mobile apps could be key to excite students about STEM
A pilot curriculum being tested at Apex High school is one of only five in the country looking to teach mobile app development to students. The idea is to increase interest in science, technology, engineering, and math by leveraging the technology inside the classroom that kids already are excited about outside of the classroom....
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