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Tech education center for children opens

A STEAM education center affiliated with Cal State San Bernardino has opened in Temecula.

The Tech Steam Center – Science,Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math – was developed by Kids That Code Inc., which was created by Jose Navarrete Cruz and Alfonso Anaya Jr. while they were students at Cal State San Bernardino, according to a statement on the university’s website.

Kids That Code teaches children of all ages about technology, including computer programming, game development, website creation and electronics.

“Navarrete Cruz and Anaya embarked on a mission to equip future generations with skills for the digital age,” the statement reads.  Under the [guidance] of the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship, they laid the foundation for Kids That Code Inc.”

The facility at 32127 Temecula Parkway opened last month. Kids That Code operates a similar facility in Riverside.

Navarrete Cruz and Anaya both teach at Cal State San Bernardino’s Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration.

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