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CodeKids camp teaches South Florida children coding, robotics

CodeKids is a tech-based summer camp now in its second year for children ages 7 to 13

Campers learn about coding, game development, computer science and robotics at 22 schools in South Florida

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Stemming the roots of violence in our schools

What are the unique characteristics cultivated by the last few generations that have impacted the recent wave of violence in the US? What do we know about the conditions that promote violence? Are there observations across cultures and time that link to the emergence of violence? Can we do anything about it?

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Middle-school students address youth violence through writing

James Critz of Highland Oaks Middle School and Ariana Silva of Somerset Academy are winners of the 2016 Do the Write Thing Challenge, a competition that allows middle-school students to submit any form of writing that answers three questions: How has violence affected my life? What are the causes of youth violence? What can I do about youth violence?

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Miami grad overcomes life of hardships

Norberto Orellana is heading to medical school after excelling at School for Advanced Studies -- despite homelessness and medical problems that required several surgeries. His classmates didn't learn about his personal hardships until Norberto decided to do a TED Talk.

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Miami grad overcomes life of hardships 1:34

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CodeKids summer camp teaches coding to South Florida children

C.J. Ramos, instructor at CodeKids, discusses the camp's mission to teach coding and robotics to children in a fun and engaging way on June 23, 2016.
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Miami grad overcomes life of hardships 1:34

Miami grad overcomes life of hardships

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Miami Norland says farewell to school building

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Paralyzed grad surprises crowd by walking on graduation day