Now’s the time to sign up your children for a free Apple Camp this summer!
Source: 9 to 5 Mac
Author Caroline Paul, on why boys should read girl books:
When a boy is directed to books that reflect only a narrow aspect of the world — often a part he already knows — or he is shamed for any interest in what is considered a “girl book,” his understanding of girls and of himself is devastatingly incomplete. So the school that rejected me is doing boys no favors.
Absolutely ridiculous. Truly the terrorists have won as they’ve turned us into a society that arrests a 14-year-old for making and bringing a digital clock to school. Shameful.
LeBron James is partnering with the University of Akron (via the LeBron James Family Foundation) to give the gift of a college education to more than 1,000 children.
“I think it’s probably one of the best things I’ve ever been apart of, this is very special to me. As a kid growing up in the inner city and as an African American kid, you don’t really think past high school because it’s not possible or your family can’t support you. For us to be able to do something like this … it means so much.”
Key & Peele nail it in this clip where teachers are treated like pro athletes.
Apple Camp signup for summer 2015 are open. The three-day workshops (three, 1.5 hour sessions) are free.
Kids age 8 to 12 can pick between “Stories in Motion with iMovie” and “Interactive Storytelling with iBooks”. My daughter did the iMovie workshop last year and really enjoyed it. She picked the iMovie workshop again this year.
Space is really limited, so don’t delay signing up!
More information and signup can be found on Apple’s site at: