The Culturally Relevant Computing Lab and Benjamin E. Mays High School were selected as one of the six partnerships to receive the Innovation Fund Tiny Grant for 2017. They will receive $6998.19 that will be used towards science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM). With this grant students will be provided mentors to help guide them through their virtual AP Computer Science courses. In addition to those students participating in the program, student enrolled in Georgia Virtual AP Computer Science and AP Computer Science Principles courses will also benefit from the Tiny Grant through tutoring and assistance.
Dr. Kinnis Gosha’s Culturally Relevant Computing Lab is housed at Morehouse College, with student mentors consisting of students from Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark-Atlanta University.