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Arrow Electronics Funds Teacher Training in Colorado's Cherry Creek School District


Centennial, Colorado – Arrow Electronics is expanding its support of innovation in the Cherry Creek School District by helping to fund a new teacher-training initiative. In June, the district will begin partnering with the Buck Institute for Education to train 550 teachers across all grades and several disciplines on how to teach project-based learning.

Imagination Explored Around the World During the Earth Day Cardboard Challenge

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A child’s imagination is an incredible renewable resource. Give them a problem to solve and they will come up with a hundred and one different solutions.

Time Warner Cable Celebrates Earth Month with Cardboard Challenge

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Earth Day is this Friday, April 22, and I’m happy to share that through a new partnership with the Imagination Foundation, Time Warner Cable (TWC) is introducing the 2016 Earth Day Cardboard Challenge. This Challenge provides an opportunity for children of all ages and the adults who support them to create novel, imaginative and sustainable solutions out of cardboard and other recycled materials.

Education -- Innovating Tomorrow


Innovation is the fuel of the 21st century – and Arrow Electronic’s future. At Arrow, we believe innovation must not only be encouraged, but also taught. Our program begins in K-12 schools with organizations that support promising innovators and encourage competition, often involving technology. 

Arrow Cardboard Engineering Challenge


Catapults, spaceships, a 50s-era diner, even a working violin – all were made from cardboard and other scrap materials by Colorado schoolchildren as part of a global cardboard engineering challenge.

Arrow Electronics is the title sponsor of the Cardboard Engineering Challenge at the Cherry Creek School District, the public school district serving the company’s headquarters location in southeast metro Denver. The October 8th competition featured 680 teams with 750 participating student innovators.

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