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A Progress Report on STEM at Village Glen

Last week, Village Glen had a visitor, someone who had heard about our programs and about STEM at Village Glen in particular. He himself runs a school in England for students with special needs, so it was a rare opportunity to see how someone unconnected to and unfamiliar with our school would view us. His impressions were uniformly positive. He was amazed by middle school students milling about ...
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STEM, AUTISM & Computing

The worlds of STEM and Autism are replete with large variances. On the STEM side, there is a large variance between the number of STEM jobs available and those projected for the future, and the number of qualified candidates for those jobs. The latter is far smaller than the former. A similar variance exists on the Autism side, between the number of high school students on the spectrum who graduat...
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A boost for STEM

The California State legislature has just approved California High School Advanced Computer Science Bill—SB 1200. The bill would require the UC and CSU to develop guidelines for courses in computer science for high schools that meet the A-G math requirements for admission to the UC and CSU. The bill is awaiting the governor’s signature. The reason for approving the bill is not hard to see. As Cali...
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