Almost 100 Benjamin E. Mays High School students are currently working on yearlong capstone projects that combine computer science, robotics, and other STEM disciplines in its newly installed technology hub thanks to a collaborative partnership between Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) and Google. During the project, the objective is to train the entire high school faculty on the use and implementation of the tech hub so that it can be a resource for the full student body.
Plan charts path for developing, sustaining innovations in manufacturing
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THOMASVILLE- Last week, the Thomasville campus of Southern Regional Technical College held Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Educators workshops alongside the Georgia AIM grant team for K-12 educators from the surrounding area.
ATLANTA, GA (September 2, 2022) – TAG is pleased to announce that TAG-Ed (TAG’s Non-profit Education Collaborative) has been named a recipient of a grant, made possible by the passage of the Build Back Better Act that was enacted in November 2021. The grant term is four years and is part of an overall grant within the state of Georgia of $65 Million—one of the largest awarded nationally. TAG-Ed is part of a larger coalition of partners that is being led by the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) and the GT Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2).