San Antonio Middle School Students to Become Software Designers

San Antonio Middle School Students to Become Software Designers

IDRA and Texas A&M University-San Antonio Launch “VisionCoders” with $3.89 million federal grant. San Antonio middle school students who are in at-risk situations will become the next generation of software coders through an innovative project called VisionCoders, launched by IDRA and Texas A&M University-San Antonio. The project was kick-started by a $3.89 million, five-year Education, […]

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A&M-San Antonio extends institution’s community impact during pandemic

A&M-San Antonio extends institution’s community impact during pandemic

Students, faculty and staff volunteer to tackle food, housing insecurity and digital divide. The impact of COVID-19 is bringing a newfound appreciation for partnerships, both new and existing. While collaboration is a core value demonstrated throughout the year, the pandemic and the 2020 holiday season saw the A&M-San Antonio community dedicate their talents, expertise and service […]

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A&M-San Antonio receives $750,000 USAA grant to address digital divide

Digital Inclusion Project will help bridge gap in technology access for local K-12 students. Texas A&M University-San Antonio received a $750,000 grant from USAA to jump-start a pilot program addressing digital inclusion in south Bexar County. Initially, the Digital Inclusion Project will affect 2,400 homes in Edgewood Independent School District, neighborhoods adjacent to Sidney Lanier […]

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