HBCU Review: Howard Middle School Launches STEM Entrepreneurial Program

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Entrepreneurial Program for Inner-City Children

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The Howard Middle School of Mathematics and Science, founded by Howard University, launched "Start-Up Middle School," a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program to teach inner-city students how to develop the technology of the future. The program, led by Yohance Maqubela (pictured) and sponsored by Microsoft, Comcast and Donald Graham of the Washington Post, will also provide students with entrepreneurship skills.

(Photo: Courtesy of Yohance Maqubela/The Howard Middle School of Mathematics and Science)

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