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Based on research by neuroscientists and scholars, 80 percent of the human brain develops between the ages of zero to three years old. It is the foundation of the development of our brain. The integrity of our educational foundation is based on this strength.
"(Parents) may not have access to the tools needed to help with their child's brain development. The reality is that children are not born with instruction manuals."
Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President
UA3 is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable institution with the team, the skills and the experience to equip students, families, faculty and facilities with technology, digital environments, advanced pedagogy and tech support to give everyone the digital keys to the future. We must build a foundation of technological skills and digital thinking that will be learned in Pre-K and last a lifetime. Technology will not be going away. It will be a utility for the future...for work, life, play...and support lifelong learning.
“The Internet is not a luxury,
it is a necessity.”
President Barack Obama
"UA3 Student Club was set up in 2016 in Baruch College Campus HS to provide expert technical support for students and staff from the young student who are growing to become the tech future. Tech support should not be a hindrance to the implementation of advanced tech in education, nor should it cost an arm-and-a-leg. Our UA3 Tech Club utilizes students who can help throughout the day to solve problems and help faculty, staff and students.
"Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important."
Bill Gates, former CEO of Microsoft
UA3 team has over 35 years experience with the integration of advanced technology and key services into education for improved outcomes in the 21st Century. Expertise with computers, display, augmented reality, 3D, immersion classrooms, network hardware, software, furniture, room design and engineering, tech management and support, training, and pedagogical design.
"Effective planning is required to optimize human, spatial, and
digital connections for learner-centered environments."
Dr. Steve Kopp, past president of Marshall University and founding dean of CMU's College of Health Professions
The workplace will never be the same. To bring people a better life and a rewarding career in the digital workplace will take a new skill set that overcomes the Digital Divide. The future will hold even more disruption for those who are not Digitally Literate. UA3 is actively involved on all levels of the solution in our urban, suburban and rural communities that struggle with technology.
"Technology is an enabler, and the need is to focus on equipping workers with additional skills such as complex problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, teaming, [and] emotional intelligence.”
Terrence Yong, SAP Malaysia