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Forget High School; Ahmed Can Take His Clock To Space Camp

by:QY Precision      2019-10-27
Ahmed Mohammed does not need high school on his science program ---
He can do it in the space camp. The 14-year-
On Monday, a teacher at Irving MacArthur High School in Texas thought the homemade clock he brought to the school was a prank bomb, and the old Muslim boy was handcuffed and suspended.
\"I built the clock to impress my teacher, but when I showed it to her, she thought it was a threat to her,\" Ahmed said Wednesday . \".
\"She made the wrong impression on me and it was really sad that I was arrested later that day.
Since then, President Barack Obama, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and thousands of supporters have joined Ahmed.
Now he may get a scholarship to go to the United States. S.
At the Space Camp in Alabama, he will be with others.
Some hands-on astronauts, engineers and technicians
Space Training.
A spokesman for the United StatesS.
The Space and Rocket Center confirmed on Thursday that the creators of the \"Rocket Boy musical\" plan to designate a scholarship for Ahmed. Musical co-
Writer Carl Trun-
His script was adapted from a book boy later adapted into the movie sky of October ---
Ahmed, who said he wanted to find a space camp scholarship, saw a photo T-shirt from boywealing NASA.
When he was arrested on Monday
\"We all see the spark of inspiration, have a dream, and make yourself better than what others tell you,\" Tramon said . \".
\"We said that the musical\" Rocket Boy \"will send the child to the space camp.
He added that Rocket Boy writer Homer Hickman, who has worked at NASA for years, \"recognizes the same traits he has in the boy.
\"It is not clear yet whether Ahmed will accept the offer, but he knows it and forwards Space Camp\'s statement on his pending scholarship: The teenager is also setting off at the crowdfunding campaign
The official fund when Good was launched-
Setting up \"a fund to set up academic scholarships and support youth like Ahmed Mohammed \"---
More than $10,000 has been raised.
According to the page: The funds will be used to help Ahmed continue his studies and to help other curious students like him who are interested in the STEM field enter makerspace, where they can use 3D printers, CNC machines, and so on, and a variety of other cool things.
Ahmed is expected to return to school on Thursday in three days.
Although he pointed out on Wednesday that he plans to switch to another school after the clock fiasco.
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