Indiana Department of Education to give Rose Hulman Institute of Technology over $320 thousand grant

The Indiana Department of Education is giving Rose Hulman Institute of Technology a nearly $320,000 grant.
The staff at Rose Hulman says the money will help teachers provide K-12 students in the state “next level computing skills.”
Much of this will be done through the Designing for Impact Next Level Computer Science program.
That will have have Rose-Hulman computer science and software engineering professors providing professional development workshops this summer and fall to Indiana educators.​

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