Reading, writing, computing and arithmetic
1503_ 2/18/14 - The fundamentals of education have changed. It’s hard to imagine a job that doesn’t use a computer in some way shape or form, yet Colorado’s school system has struggled to close the technology gap for under-re sourced youth. In 2013 KidsTek has expanded its reach to three additional school districts, added one new Business Computing program, and continued programs from previous years. Richard Liner, president of the KidsTek organization said, "We would like to invite you to share our successes and help us continue our technology education programs in 2014 and beyond. Wednesday, February 19, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Fritz Knobel School of Hospitality, University of Denver", for this year's annual Tech Leader's Dinner. Today KidsTek serves close to 900 students, the mission of KidsTek is to increase the technology literacy of students at Colorado's highest-needs schools through our innovative after school, project based enrichment programs, and our in-school technical certification programs. KidsTek provides an extensive technology curriculum for our host schools with the goal of providing the tools for long-term academic and career success. Rich tell us how KidsTek has expanded over the years. Get involved and look for Larry and Pat at the annual dinner on the 19th. Listen for more....
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LISTEN TO: Richard Liner, President, KidsTek
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