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A summer robotics camp at Arizona State University is getting high school students interested in computers and giving teachers the skills to teach the subject in their classrooms, the East Valley Tribune of Arizona reports. Keiland Brooks sits in front of a computer and a pile of Legos in a crowded room with other high school students, all with their own computers and building blocks. The Desert Vista High School sophomore is trying to figure out how to build a robot that will navigate through a plywood maze faster than the creations of his competitors, and it hasn't been easy.
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