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MAD-learn is a proud partner of the National Computer Science for All (CSforALL) Movement for their 2021 Commitments

MAD-learn has renewed its partnership with the National Computer Science for All Movement to Advance Computer Science Education Across the U.S. and Beyond. October 19, 2021 Atlanta, GA Following an unprecedented year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s virtual 2021 CSforAll Summit announces and lifts up 191 CSforALL Commitments from 115 organizations made by their member community. During this two-day…

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MAD-news for August: Back to School Safety

Hi Guest, As we navigate these tumultuous back-to-school times, we hope you and your families can stay safe and healthy. We know this is not easy, but please believe in our collective power to do what is right for our staff and students, and don’t forget to use your voice to share your concerns or help find solutions. We can’t…

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MAD-news for July: The Wedding App!

Hi Guest, Gregg Stone here, filling in for Alefiya this week. She actually took the week off (upon our insistence, of course 😉 to celebrate her upcoming nuptials. The MAD-learn family is pleased to announce the addition of Mike Carroll, who is exchanging vows with our own CEO this weekend! We are so happy that she has found the one who…

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How to have a successful virtual session with an outside facilitator

The global pandemic COVID-19 has enlightened us to new and alternative teaching and learning methods. Although the world of video conferencing and virtual meetings has been around for a while, it is being used now more than ever, especially in classrooms around the world. The number of MAD-learn virtual app workshops during this period has increased greatly and has taught…

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MAD-news for May: STEM/STEAM Partnerships

Hi MAD-learn, A few weeks ago I was honored to attend and be a part of the SEE Summit: Students for Equitable Education, hosted by Digital Promise but organized, led, and presented entirely by STUDENTS. It was such a refreshing conference and I would like to encourage you to think about how you can empower your students to share their…

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