This is a Special Edition of our weekly open source news roundup, as we look back at the top news stories in 2015!
A look at how The Open Organization and the FOSSisms it embraces can revitalize K-12 education.
Three University of British Columbia computer science students reflect on a summer of contributing to open source projects.
A student's perspective on how you can attract students to your open source project.
Hear what it's like to learn about Hadoop and related tools for big data processing from two students and their professor who utilized open source tools for experimenting with "smart cities" data.
What if we became laser-focused on introducing children to bots, drones, 3D printers, and coding in high school, middle school, and elementary school? We could raise a new generation of inventors, creators, makers, and problem-solvers.
In this week's Top 5, our best articles of the week are about a new Blender short film, alternatives to Minecraft, back to school with open source, impostor syndrome, and teaching student sys admins.
Mozilla's Emma Irwin talks about the work she does for Mozilla's Participation Team and the broader Mozilla Project.
Teachers learn how to create curriculum courses through a sprint. The sprint was supported by a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project to investigate the potential for student learning from a professional open source community (called "vertical teaming").
The Raspberry Pi Foundation's Ben Nuttall explains how his organization collaborated with the Raspberry Pi community to create new learning materials for educators.