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Kelvin (the N.C. Science Festival robot) came to SAS in preparation for the N.C. Science Festival. He had a grand ole time meeting new faces and, even better, new technologies. And I am not going to lie, I enjoyed touring the campus to find more fun things I didn't even
We love being a sponsor of the NC Science Festival every year – and today we thought we would have a little fun with science! Many of us here at Curriculum Pathways are parents and our kids loved playing with "slime." We figured Kelvin would too, so we raided our cabinets, got
Here at SAS Curriculum Pathways, we are constantly creating content. In our latest update, we have everything from hover cars to dinosaurs! Check them out! La casa From our Spanish language video series, our newest installment is designed to build mastery of the language, introducing and reinforcing Spanish vocabulary about
It's an exciting morning here at SAS. We just found out we are ranked #2 on this year's FORTUNE Best Companies to Work For list. SAS has been on the U.S. list every year since FORTUNE first published it. We've been in the top 10 many times with back-to-back No.
It's the new school year and you are handed a shiny new iPad. What do you start putting on it? SAS Curriculum Pathways of course! We have been working to bring you more mobile options, both new and old. We've begun to update our award-winning resources, and we've created no-cost
Actually, we get that question a lot. Curriculum Pathways is just one education product of SAS, a global leader in data analytics – that “Big Data” thing you may have heard about. In fact, SAS has over 200 software solutions, many for helping education. While Curriculum Pathways has been around
I started working for SAS more than 8 years ago. At the time I knew it was a great place to work. Everyone in the Triangle area knows that, but I wanted to work here to combine my skills with a passion. I went to North Carolina State University to study computer engineering,