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Urban Academy students are news kids on the block in East Village

By Edward L. Abeyta & MaeLin Levine | 5:30 p.m. Aug. 28, 2015 Downtown San Diego will soon be rejuvenated by the daily presence of an unlikely new group of East Villagers: schoolchildren and their teachers. The Sept. 2 grand opening of the Urban Discovery Academy (UDA)...

Innovation Instruction Critical for Higher Education Institutions

Innovation Instruction Critical for Higher Education Institutions By Edward Abeyta | Director of K-16 Programs, UC San Diego Our country is emerging from a period of economic uncertainty, but once again, turning to innovation appears to the key element to ensure a prosperous future. If this is...

UCSD – Together Again Building Art and Science

UC San Diego’s Structural and Materials Engineering (SME) building fosters a collaborative culture by design. Structural engineers, nanoengineers, medical device researchers, and visual artists share the multidisciplinary facility, which opened at the Jacobs School of Engineering in 2012. With art studios on all four floors, art...

STEM Education In America Is Half-Brained And A Four-Letter Word

The education system in America has been hijacked by the left-brain, convergent thinking Sputnik generation of leadership who fail to recall how imagination coupled with basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics was our country’s formula for success in winning the race to the moon....

The U.S. Needs to Make More Jobs More Creative

The U.S. jobs data referenced in this post/study further supports the need for incorporating Arts into STEM education - for allowing creative, innovative thinking in technical fields....

The STEAM Camps Are Coming

It's early in the new year but educators across the country are already making plans for the summer and they are thinking STEAM...

Education Evolution

Welcome to edevolution, a video project thought of and created by G/T middle students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area...