How a little idea started at HGSE decades ago is now becoming a worldwide education revolution.
Can we really identify potential school dropouts as early as first grade? A few districts and states think this is not only possible, but also necessary.
After a meandering academic path, Assistant Professor Karen Brennan finally found her calling: helping students and teachers become coders, creators, and learners, one Scratch at a time.
Eric Waldo is deputy chief of staff for policy programs in the Office of the Secretary at the United States Department of Education. He recently celebrated his six-year "Obamaversary."
Watch the students at the Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Boston put Scratch into action during the Hour of Code.