Since its inception in 2012, the International Space Apps Challenge, a part of NASA’s Open Innovation Program, has become the biggest global hackathon in the world, engaging thousands of citizens each year across the globe to work with NASA in designing innovative solutions to global challenges using open source data. At Space Apps events, teams of technologists, scientists, designers and entrepreneurs
work together to develop answers to some of the most pressing challenges on earth and space using publicly available NASA data.
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP NEW LEARNING SOLUTIONS TO EMPOWER CHILDREN AND COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD. MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE GRAND CHALLENGE An estimated 250 million children around the world cannot read, write, or do basic arithmetic. Many of these children are in developing countries without regular access to schools or teachers. The benefits of a quality education…
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