2016 Robotics Education Survey
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The Results Are In...
A top goal of most career technology professionals is giving students access to real-world industrial technology - according to our 2016 survey of nearly 300 ACTE members.
With robotics programs rapidly expanding in K-12, Career Tech, Colleges and Universities, this study offers a broad snapshot of the current state of robotics education.
- Over 70 percent of respondents are looking to implement or expand a robotics program within the next two years.
- Seventy-one percent of schools say that their general budget is where they draw from to underwrite programs.
- Only one in four schools say they have active partnerships in place with companies using robotics.
Register to download the full report, and you will be sent access to the survey results, plus filtered data for K-12 and College respondent groups.
As a global industrial robotics manufacturer, Yaskawa Motoman is invested in programs and partnerships dedicated to the advancement of robotics education.
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