Announcing our Summer 2024 Data Scholars Opportunities

2024 Alabama Data Scholars Internship Hosts We are thrilled to announce our partners for the inaugural Data Scholars cohort of 2024! The Alabama Data Scholars program is offering top high school juniors and seniors around the state an opportunity to explore the growing fields of data science and artificial intelligence (AI). The 8-week summer program […]

QuantHub Welcomes BreakThrough Birmingham as a Partner

Breakthrough Birmingham, one of Breakthrough Collaborative‘s 25 affiliates across the US, is dedicated to reversing educational inequity in the communities we work with in Alabama, namely Birmingham and Talladega. We deeply believe in empowering youth at all levels through our pillars: Relationships, Growth, and Exposure. Using a students-teaching-students model, we recruit high-impact undergraduate students from […]

A Comprehensive Guide to State Computer Science and Data Literacy Standards

At QuantHub, we’re excited to be in conversation with numerous state and governmental entities on data literacy, and how it can best be taught in educational settings. While Computer Science has been around for decades, surprisingly, not all states have established standards on courses guiding its instruction. Unsurprisingly, data science and data literacy are even […]

Introducing Machine Learning and AI to Homeschooling: A Parent’s Guide

Artificial intelligence (AI) has changed the world in recent years. It’s transformed how we work, the ways we spend our time, and how we interact with technology. Whether it’s virtual assistants, large-language chatbots, or personalized Netflix recommendations, AI technology is everywhere. And yet, despite this, we still haven’t scratched the surface of its potential for […]

QuantHub and Innovate Alabama Launch Internship Program to Equip Students for Data Science and AI Careers

QuantHub is on a mission to equip all students with high demand data science and artificial intelligence (AI) skills. In partnership with the Alabama State Department of Education, the Birmingham startup is currently deploying its skills training software across Alabama schools and anticipates approximately 38,000 students to be learning in the platform within the year. […]

Integrating Data Literacy into K-12 Education: An Analysis of Curriculum Considerations

As state superintendents refine their K-12 educational strategies to equip students with future-ready skills, there’s an unmistakable urgency to address the nuanced but essential difference between computer science education and data science learning requirements. The trend is clear: computational thinking has been anchored as a core skill within educational curricula, but as data becomes the […]