Bevnote Gerges, 17, (left) and Carolina Cordovas, 18, are two of the students that designed apps. Photo by Jeanne Noonan, New York Daily News
Queens Teens Showcase Their Tech Skills with Mobile Apps
A group of students from Grover Cleveland High School in Ridgewood, Queens have taken their tech-savvy to a new level and developed smartphone applications that they showcased at the National Academy Foundation’s Next Conference in Washington, D.C. The apps, which include games, math tools, a recipe guide, and even a program to locate handicap-accessible subway stations, were developed by the teens as part of a curriculum aimed at teaching practical technology skills. Read more in the NY Daily News.
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