Outreach program built statewide network of tech teachers

Elementary students work at laptops on coding skills


For the past five years, a University of Nebraska–Lincoln research team has been tackling these problems with a $2 million National Science Foundation-funded program. AIR@NE, which stands for Adapt, Implement and Research at Nebraska, has enabled 110 Nebraska K-8 teachers to take graduate-level courses in computer science and pedagogy; participate in a statewide network of computer science teachers; and spend $1,500 on computer science equipment for their schools, among other benefits.
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