$695,485 Spent on Kids’ Filmmaking That’s Online for Free

Between 2010 and 2014, the National Science Foundation awarded $695,485 in U.S. taxpayer dollars to teach children a particular type of film-making when tutorials on the subject are available online – for free. On July 30, the Washington Times reported that the Federal government “spent more than half a million… to teach kids how to make video game-style movies that most can learn to create online for free.”… Click here to read complete news.

$695,485 Spent on Kids’ Filmmaking That’s Online for Free

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