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‘Dream Up’: CO high school students pitch business ideas to nationally known educational designer

‘Dream Up’: CO high school students pitch business ideas to nationally known educational designer

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Several Central Oregon high school students gathered Thursday morning for a chance to pitch business ideas to a nationally known educational designer.

Katie Krummeck and her colleagues created a game called Dream Up, and the students were invited to pitch business ideas around the game, which aims to identify and solve real-world problems through creativity and collaboration.

This project is a partnership between I4Education, the innovation arm of the High Desert Education Service District, OSU-Cascades Innovation Co-Lab, Krummeck and her colleagues and involves the Central Oregon STEM Hub (which is also part of HDESD).

Kelsey McGee attended the gathering to learn more about Dream Up and what students learned from the process. Her report will be on NewsChannel 21 at Five.

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