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What If Robots Taught Kids?

Getty By Chris Thompson Last month, a company called Latitude, which analyzes how people will read, watch, listen, and learn in the future, organized a survey to figure out what the future of education might look like. They asked: what if robots taught children? The survey was conducted with 348 children from Australia, Europe, South … Continue reading What If Robots Taught Kids? →

Is Lego Stereotyping Girls with New Product Line?

Legos remain one of the world’s most popular and most beloved toys, and for more than 60 years, children of all ages have played with the plastic bricks. But starting January 1, a new line of Legos called Lego Friends will appear on store shelves, introducing what Lego’s CEO calls “the most significant strategic launch … Continue reading Is Lego Stereotyping Girls with New Product Line? →

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