Cable was well represented last week at the National Educational Computing Conference in San Antonio. Operators, programmers, Cable in the Classroom, CTAM and C-SPAN shared ideas with more than 18,000 school leaders, educational technology purchasers and decision makers. A panel about Cable in the Classroom’s work to grow interest in young girls and minority students in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program featured CIC’s Douglas Levin (center) and was moderated by former CIC chief Dr Helen Soulé (to Levin’s right).

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