UW-Green Bay, along with other area colleges and tech companies, spoke to high school students at the TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) Computer Science Fair at Lambeau Field, on May 16, 2018. The fair was hosted by the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft, and attracted high school students interested in computer science and technology. UW-Green Bay featured a dancing robot in front of its booth at the fair, which amused and fascinated passersby. TEALS helps high schools throughout the U.S. build and grow sustainable computer science programs. TEALS pairs trained computer science professionals from across the technology industry with classroom teachers to team-teach computer science. Industry volunteers and partner teachers create a ripple effect, impacting the students they teach, and the many students who will study computer science in the future. TEALS was founded in 2009 by former high school CS teacher and Microsoft engineer Kevin Wang, who now runs the program full time. TEALS is generously supported by Microsoft Philanthropies.
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