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Teams of UK graduates will work over the summer to build playable demos of their games
"I don't think we've ever encountered a game being officially included in the educational system on a national level as school reading"
Educational explorations of ancient Greece and Egypt made available to encourage learning from home
New skills-focused BTEC courses will be the first of their kind
Partnership to offer $16 million in annual esports scholarships
French game workers union concerned about reports of dysfunction in academic settings, hopes to implement action plan
Novera King and Bobby Stein discuss the studio's first run of a narrative writing mentorship program -- and its next iteration
Microsoft to support "partnered, broad-discipline game development academy" to offer wider industry opportunities
Plus, the developers who will be conducting portfolio reviews
Grassroots talent development program created to support budding, local, indie studios
Educational PC title launches October 8 targeting reading-age children and up
Gay Gaming Professionals CEO Gordon Bellamy working to push queer representation past the "generation of exceptionalism"
Industry revenue is expected to rise to over $24 billion by 2024
Educational initiatives enter classrooms to teach coding, offer sharing platform for educators
Stray Fawn Studio encourages teachers to get in touch for free classroom codes
Code with Google aims to improve access to computer science education in the US
SpaceChem and Opus Magnum dev advises educators to "understand" the games before showing them to students
The industry needs to work with universities to stop the shortfall in graduate talent, says Bulkhead Interactive CEO Joe Brammer
Tool will support those learning to read by assisting with reading, understanding, and translating in-game text
Joint venture will run educational programmes at first, with Chinese launch of Roblox "the ultimate goal"
Riot Scholastic Association of America to oversee high school and collegiate League of Legends competitions