ESA, Sony, Microsoft partner on science, math push

In collaboration with the Information Technology Industry Council, Sony Computer Entertainment, Microsoft, and the MacArthur Foundation, the ESA's STEM initiatives include two game design challenges. The first, called Game Changers, is one component of the MacArthur Foundations' 2010 Digital Media and Learning Competition, which boasts $2 million in annual funding.

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nix3132d ago (Edited 3132d ago )

well.. this is going to be interesting. MS is already good at skewing numbers.

now kids will be learning -> 2+2=5.

and let's not even think about the science. the kids will probably learn to make things that has more than 33% chance of breaking. q: