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RoboKind Debuts Robot with African American Likeness for STEM Education

RoboKind debuts a humanoid robot designed to expand access and engagement for African-American students in K-12 STEM education.
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RoboKind debuts a humanoid robot designed to expand access and engagement for African-American students in K-12 STEM education. The robot, with African-American likeness, will deliver the Robots4STEM curriculum designed in partnership with Quadrant 4 System Corporation (QFOR).

Guided by the Robots4STEM curriculum, the robot Jett helps students in third grade and beyond gain foundational skills in coding and computer science. The program is designed to support educators with or without experience in computer science in implementing Robots4STEM, all while meeting math and science curriculum standards.

The robot, available in Caucasian and African-American likeness, and the Robots4STEM curriculum are anticipated to be fully available during the 2017-18 school-purchasing season.

For more information or to request a demo of Robots4STEM, visit https://quadrant4edu.com/robots4stem.

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