Total solar eclipses aren’t too rare, in principle. As Vox notes in the video above, they happen around once every 18 months. But they don’t land in the U.S. very often. The last time you could see one in the continental states was 1979!
STEMconnector is hosting a national webinar, Proven Computer Science and Career Awareness Strategies, on August 9 at 11 AM EST.
The webinar will feature leaders who are and have served in federal, national, state and corporate roles about the importance of students being exposed to computer science and the related careers to meet the needs of the 21st century workforce.