• RoboKind, the company behind the facially expressive robot Milo for educating students with autism, is now working to expand STEM opportunities around coding and programming with a new robot named Jett.
  • Jett and its corresponding curriculum are designed to address the growing number of students on the autism spectrum and the 70-75% rate at which autism spectrum disorder (ASD) individuals are unemployed or underemployed by offering an entry point to those skill sets.
  • Jett’s curriculum is organized in a project-based, self-paced manner that doesn’t require educators to have previous experience or background in coding, focusing instead on empowering students to self-direct their learning without requiring interaction with others — a scenario that alleviates discomfort for students on the autism spectrum.

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