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Inspiring girls and minorities to pursue STEM

By Andrea Buforn on Jun 14, 2019 5:40:02 AM

Topics: talk Education For educators

This keynote was delivered at our Learning by Making event in New York City by Sasha Ariel Alston, author of the children’s book, Sasha Savvy Loves to Code.

Sasha is an Information Systems student in the Lubin School of Business at Pace University. She’s also written a book to inspire young readers, especially girls and minorities, to pursue educational and career opportunities in STEM.

Educators should show successful black and women role models in technology that look like them to make a difference

This video was recorded at pi-top’s Learning by Making fringe event in New York City. If you’re hungry for more interesting talks on education, we suggest you watch:

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