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Bringing Esports to Georgia’s Underprivileged Middle Schools
GSEF is excited about its new partnership with Atlanta-based Ghost Gaming and Generation Esports to provide esports programs to underprivileged middle schools throughout Georgia.
Together, the three organizations will provide in-school esports competitions, free esports curriculum for the schools, and career development opportunities for students.
Bridging The Gap: Georgia K-12 students, STEM education, esports, and the gaming industry
This event is packed with special guest speakers from the gaming and education industries. Come learn from them first hand as they discuss esports and its impact on education and career paths for students. When: Thursday, May 20th, 4 - 6:45 PMWhere: Online - Register at EventbriteLimited slots available, register below to secure your spot.Cost: FREETarget Audience: K-12 school leaderships, educators, parents, and students Who Laura Levy @sciencelauraResearch DirectorGaming & Esports Applied Research (GEAR)Institute for People and Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology Laura Levy is a human factors psychologist at the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech and Research...