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CUYT believes in giving students the opportunity to attain academic, technology, an interpersonal skills that will allow access to a world class education and a brighter future!

Radio Frequency ID Chips

... The students created aircraft and assembled the wings, tail, and rudder using a hard cardboard material. Students attached RF chips to the propeller engines and then to the aircraft that they created. They learned how to use remote control devices to control the movements of the aircraft during flight. They related this work to the current events of the “Drone Warfare”, they saw during the war in Afghanistan and Iraq Read more

STEAM education initiatives


Design and project based research developed
through the Center for Urban Youth and Technology (CUYT) model has produced several Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) projects in urban our whitepaper

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