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Friday, February 15, 2013

Zora's FATE...

The Root - Go Zora!
This week, the story of Harambee first-grader Zora Bell, our youngest Bootstrap participant, made the Internet rounds via Mashable.

The Bootstrap algebra and computer science curriculum is designed for children in grades 6 and up. Zora Ball’s participation in and excitement about this advanced subject matter goes to show the importance of both community (FATE) and family support in advancing our childrens’ STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education.

It takes a village. It takes a set of ideals. It takes the courage to aim for a “moonshot” of education for our kids. The will is there, but the dedication and resources are lacking.

Support FATE. Support Bootstrap. Support Harambee and watch STEM education turn into the best STEM careers for our kids.

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