The Broward County School District in Florida plans to install a $621,000 surveillance system that includes technology that can recognize people and vehicles. The cameras will be set up in 36 schools, mostly high schools “with the highest security needs.”
Several middle schoolers worked on a challenging puzzle cube as part of a STEM project to help them overcome learning disabilities at Newark's The College School, which partners with the University of Delaware's mechanical engineering and clinical psychology departments.
Gov. Bill Lee is prioritizing STEM education in his legislative agenda with a $4 million investment in initiatives to boost opportunities for students across the state, including the creation of statewide K8 computer science standards. He would also create the STEM-focused Future Workforce Initiative.