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Museum 2.0 Rerun: What Does it Really Mean to Serve "Underserved" Audiences?

Museum 2.0

The Taylor Center is run by Diane Miller , who launched its award-winning Youth Exploring Science program in 1997. Guards staring at black teens and grumbling about their clothes. What started with 15 students in 1997 has grown to support 200 students per year. The program is rigorous, engaging students in serious scientific projects as well as personal and professional development workshops. YES students defy expectations.

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What Does it Really Mean to Serve "Underserved" Audiences?

Museum 2.0

The Taylor Center is run by Diane Miller , who launched its award-winning Youth Exploring Science program in 1997. Guards staring at black teens and grumbling about their clothes. What started with 15 students in 1997 has grown to support 200 students per year. The program is rigorous, engaging students in serious scientific projects as well as personal and professional development workshops. YES students defy expectations.

Fostering Innovation and Creativity in Youth Through App Development

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story chronicled a middle school student who built an app to help him. Not only did the piece showcase the uniqueness of this particular student, but also the opportunity to cultivate creativity through technical. awareness and skills development in children, teens, and young adults. Apps for Good "is an award-winning course where young people learn to create imaginative mobile apps that change their world."