UF Professors Receive $956,733 To Pilot Cryptography-Focused Elementary-Level Curriculum

UF Professors Receive $956,733 To Pilot Cryptography-Focused Elementary-Level Curriculum

GAINESVILLE, FLA. — Cryptography has been used for thousands of years to conceal covert messages, but researchers believe it may serve another purpose — to help children become successful readers and writers.

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