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The children are our future, and while they enjoy their fair share of Angry Birds sessions and Twilight marathons, they’re a pretty innovative and impressive bunch. Below, we’ve outlined five projects that show the young’uns are in control and will use technology to make the world a better place.
“Showing young people how technology is a tool, and fostering an entrepreneurial spirit toward problem solving, can be incredibly empowering,” explains Terry Howerton, chairman of the Chicago Tech Academy and founder of the incubator TechNexus. By starting students on a tech track at a young age, we’re preparing the next generation to think outside the box and create innovative solutions to the world’s problems.
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By Lauren Drell
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