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By Catherine Godbey
The Decatur Daily 

At STEM Camp: Binary coding, cybersecurity, programming


DECATUR, Ala. (AP) — Gathered around a road map laid across the tiled classroom floor, children watched robotic cars navigate the twists and turns of a street. With one final day to perfect their codes, the young computer programmers analyzed every command to drive forward, turn and reverse.

"I've really liked learning how to program robots. I like working as a team. When we mess up, we work together to fix it and find a solution," said 11-year-old Quiyah Harris, of team QTSSS.

Harris and 29 other rising sixth-graders will present the science, technology, engineering and mathematics skill...

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