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Technology Clubhouse Working youth in this densely-populated city have an opportunity to learn through technology in a safe space, 24 hours a day.

In Harlem, New York, a technology center in the heart of a community undergoing a renaissance contributes to the sense of moving forward.

In Half Moon Bay, California, children of Mexican-American farm workers come to record songs or make computer animations and, in the process, learn technical skills that will open their eyes to a world of opportunities.

On opposite sides of the United States, and on the other side of the globe, these communities are among the more than 40 now being served by an Intel Computer Clubhouse. Although each clubhouse is unique, all serve youth most at risk of being left out of the digital age because of poverty. In these community-based centers, technology makes dreams possible. Full story

Intel Trains 500,000
The Intel Teach to the Future program has opened many doors and helped me to not only improve my computer skills, but to revive my classroom curriculum, said Cheryl Pond, elementary school teacher in Del Rio Texas. As a Master Teacher for my campus, I have been able to help other teachers to effectively integrate technology into their classroom projects.

The Intel Teach to the Future program is a worldwide education initiative that enables teachers to train other teachers on how to integrate technology into their day-to-day lesson plans and incorporate the use of the Internet, Web page design and productivity software to encourage higher-order thinking and creativity in their students.

Intels goal is to provide educational programs, ideas and support that encourage innovation and learning, especially in the areas of science, math and technology education, said Wendy Hawkins, Intel director of Education. Our education initiatives help youth to develop skills needed to succeed in tomorrows workplace. Full story

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Meet Us Here
We will be participating in national and regional educational conferences. We want to meet you. Look for our booth and workshop presentations at:

National Middle School Association (NMSA)
National School Board Association (NSBA) Technology + Learning
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Regional

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