"The technology is so critical today. If there's ways in
which kids can get accustomed to using it, which they are so quick in doing, maybe it will help them in their future careers and so on."
The efforts of the kids like 13 year old Margaret have been put online in a multi-language webzine at kidsthinklink.com....
"And I interviewed thirty people in seventh grade in my school about the music they listen to, why they listen to it and who is their favoriet artist."
Another company spurring young people on is Advanced Network & Services, which is giving away 2 million dollars a year in scholarships to global teams of young students who develop educational web sites. Company President Al Weis...
"They actually learn by doing. And this is a model of learning that more and more schools and more and more countries are beginning to embrace."
You can get more information and see some of the amazing student created sites at thinkquest.org.