Making STEM Education Inclusive to All

As technological innovation continues to affect virtually every field and industry, the demand for workers with expertise in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) keeps increasing. With higher than average wages and lower than average unemployment rates, STEM careers are highly desirable for today’s graduates. The U.S. Department of Labor estimates 1.1 million computing-related job […]

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Mending Holes in the Social Safety Net

There are 1.3 million people in the Bay Area who are too poor to meet their basic needs. Many of these people rely on social services just to get by. For many of these individuals, social safety net programs are a critical lifeline that makes the difference between having a place to sleep, food to […]

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Let’s Talk About Sex Education – Wait, Hold On, That’s Uncomfortable

Sex education is a staple in schools across the country, with many schools providing some form of sex or health education for students as young as kindergarten. While the curriculum varies among states and schools, teachers typically use photos and videos to demonstrate human anatomy. While such demonstrations may work for sighted students, those with […]

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