More than 100 middle and high school students recently took part in a unique program that introduces largely ignored migrant students to the world of computers, offering them the connections to technology and higher education that could point them toward college, reports Arizona State University. The 19-year-old program, called Conexiones, was pioneered by ASU's Sanford Cohn, an associate professor with the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education. During separate workshops conducted at three of ASU's four campuses, students snapped digital pictures, wrote poems about their lives, used the NewsMaker computer program to produce television-style interviews with ASU...

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