LOS ANGELES, CA - June/July 2009 – Students at Pinecrest School in Northridge, California (www.pinecrestschools.com/northridge) weren’t about to let a little obstacle like not having the necessary software or compatible computer equipment prevent them from participating in a cutting-edged computer programming opportunity.

When a handful of budding computer programmers learned of Carnegie Mellon’s Alice project (www.alice.org), which simplifies 3D virtual programming for students, they joined forces with their computer teacher, Mrs. Catalina Martinez and Principal,...

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