Dr. Ayanna Howard on novel new ways of using computing and advanced robotics to teach STEM to students with learning difficulties. Because, in many ways today’s educational system is outdated. For instance, every student is expected to be able to read, but it’s still widely acceptable to say certain students simply aren’t good at math or science. Drastically under-preparing those students for the future STEM economy. Can robotics bridge that gap, and help better teach STEM to struggling students?