Minority students honored for creating new apps and games that stimulate ed-tech growth and development

[caption id="attachment_153580" align="alignleft" width="300"]students-games-apps Students showcasing their apps and games. Credit: The author[/caption]

At a special luncheon in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2, 20 students from across the United States received awards from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and the Entertainment Software Association as Leaders on the Fast Track (LOFT) Video Game Innovation Fellows for creating apps and video games that address math, science, and important social issues.

Many minority professionals, including Jose Antonio Tijerino, president...

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