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Atlas, Education

Aug 29, 2018

How we set students up for success

Atlas, Education

Aug 15, 2018

Mapping a new era of digital learning with our Atlas

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Atlas, Education

Jul 11, 2018

Keeping students engaged with a math game that’s out of this world

ISTE-guest-blog-Karyn-Fillhart

Atlas, Education

Jul 2, 2018

Guest blog: Presenting the Atlas laptop at ISTE

teacher trivia

Atlas, Education

Jun 20, 2018

We’re playing Teacher Trivia at ISTE 2018

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Education

Jun 13, 2018

Meeting the needs of a unique learning community

Bak USA, Education

Mar 23, 2018

(Part 3) Closing the Gender Gap: Bak USA Holds Panel Discussion with Women Leaders in STEAM

Given the current rate of change, it’ll take another 217 years before countries around the world close the gender gap and achieve gender parity. We're not willing to wait that long. To help map the path forward and accelerate progress, we invited a few women working in Buffalo in STEAM-related fields—that is, fields related to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math—to Bak USA to participate in our first-ever panel discussion. The topic? How to close the workplace gender gap.Moderated by Eva Bak, the vice president of our people team, and Samantha Pierce, our public relations specialist, the panel included these amazing women: • Ciara Rayshall, a Buffalo-based entrepreneur and the founder of The Crafty Jawn. • Lena Levine, the founder and creative director at Lena Levine Studio and the founder of the Buffalo chapter of Girl Develop It. • Maiko Tanaka, executive director of the Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center and the TechARTS for Girls program.

Bak USA, Education

Mar 28, 2018

(Part 2) Closing the Gender Gap: Bak USA Holds Panel Discussion with Women Leaders in STEAM

Given the current rate of change, it’ll take another 217 years before countries around the world close the gender gap and achieve gender parity. We're not willing to wait that long. To help map the path forward and accelerate progress, we invited a few women working in Buffalo in STEAM-related fields—that is, fields related to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math—to Bak USA to participate in our first-ever panel discussion. The topic? How to close the workplace gender gap.Moderated by Eva Bak, the vice president of our people team, and Samantha Pierce, our public relations specialist, the panel included these amazing women: • Ciara Rayshall, a Buffalo-based entrepreneur and the founder of The Crafty Jawn. • Lena Levine, the founder and creative director at Lena Levine Studio and the founder of the Buffalo chapter of Girl Develop It. • Maiko Tanaka, executive director of the Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center and the TechARTS for Girls program.

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