Technology programs for teachers at Louisiana university win funding

10/28/2009 | NOLA.com (New Orleans)

A $951,000 grant from the U.S. Education Department will provide funding for Louisiana Tech University's Cyber K-12 program aimed at training teachers and helping them interest more students in cyberspace and other science-related fields. The money will also help fund the Cyber Discovery Camp, which features workshops for educators and a robotics competition for high-school students.

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