Even before the pandemic, technology had transformed our lives – remember the stress of having to find something in an encyclopedia or trying to find a strange address without the internet? But technology hadn’t fully penetrated our education system as it did during the pandemic, where limited resources, both at school and home, hampered students’ ability to access the tools they needed to become adept in the rapidly changing technological world.  

That digital gap inspired the launch of the Success Through Technology Education Foundation (STTE) in 2018. We work to ensure that tomorrow’s business creators, leaders, and employees are exposed to technology in the classroom, so they are college and career ready, armed with the tech skills they need to succeed in the 21st-century economy. 

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