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Students bring robots to life in Romero classrooms

Robotics are coming to life in third-grade classrooms at Romero School in Santa Nella, where students are being introduced to the basics of coding…Full Article

The Paintsville Herald

Paintsville High School to Overhaul Curriculum

Paintsville Independent School District is adding Acellus to the High School curriculum to give students more opportunities to be Career & College ready…Full Article


Jonesboro’s S.T.E.M Labs are game changers

WBRC FOX6 News features students working on the Acellus STEM 10 Coding Labs at Jonesboro Elementary school in Bessemer City, Alabama, where students are “coding their way out of poverty…” Full Video

Kansas City Star

Acellus In-Depth Report

This online education program, developed in KC, gets credit for preventing dropouts.  Educators say it’s a “game changer.” It’s in more than 2,600 schools across the country, used by about a million students and adding more all the time… Full Article

DB Schenker

CES 2018: A Look Inside the World’s Premier Technology

From flying cars to code-teaching robots, here are some of the coolest technologies, gadgets, and application that made their debut at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.  It was exciting to see educational innovator Acellus officially unveil STEM-10, a ten year coding course, at CES 2018.  Full Article

Consumer Technology Association – CES

Acellus Awarded a Best of CES 2018 by TWICE

The Acellus STEM-10 Coding Course and Robot have been selected as one of the best products at CES 2018 by TWICE, producer of the Official CES Daily.  Full Article

Consumer Technology Association – CES

CESTV 2018

See the next generation of consumer technology innovations at Eureka Park.  Acellus STEM-10 Initiative featured on CESTV.  Full Video

District Administration

Acellus STEM-10 Coding Course and Robot Launched at CES 2018

Acellus has launched a major initiative to teach young students how to code. The Acellus STEM-10 initiative is a 10-year course in coding. It starts with students in the third grade, adding complexity each year until a student graduates from high school as a certified programmer ready to enter the work place.  Full Article

Chicago Tribune

District 148 connects students with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Using Acellus

School District 148 is one of the first school districts in Illinois to have the Acellus STEM Robotics Labs. The school system is looking forward to implementing the labs District wide. Full Article

Computer Technology Review

Dr. Billings has been a revolutionizing force in education with the Acellus Learning Program, which is being used to teach more than a million American students in all 50 states and Canada

Dr. Billings created Acellus to use the capabilities of the computer to efficiently deliver educational material to students and then capture student responses for analysis by courseware developers. Acellus delivers video lessons to students, who progress at their own pace. Once students have viewed a lesson, they are given problems that reinforce the concept of the lesson.  Full Article

abc NEWS – KSAT 12

Scholars engage in discovery and creativity through Coding and Robotics, using Acellus at Perales Elementary School in Edgewood ISD

Alonso S. Perales Elementary is one of three Edgewood schools participating in the Acellus STEM/Robotics Lab curriculum.  Edgewood ISD is the only district within Bexar County to have this state of the art equipment.  Our amazing Acellus/STEM/Robotics teacher, Mr. Gilbert Rodriguez not only works with students during the day, but also sponsors our Robotics after school club….The program is designed to prepare scholars for STEM careers through real world applications.  Students learn to program a dancing robot called the Cellus Bot.  Students are first introduced to basic block code to understand how simple commands are connected.  The basic principles will launch students to understand more advanced programming languages.  Full Article