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also in·ter·a·bang  (ĭn-tĕr′ə-băng′)
A punctuation mark (ȃD) in the form of a question mark superimposed on an exclamation point, used to end a simultaneous question and exclamation.

[interro(gation point) + bang, exclamation point (printers' slang).]


a non-standard English punctuation mark that is a combination of an exclamation mark and a question mark


(ɪnˈtɛr əˌbæŋ)

a printed punctuation mark (‽), designed to combine the question mark (?) and the exclamation point (!), indicating a mixture of query and interjection.
[1965–70; interro (gation point) + bang1, in printers' jargon, an exclamation point]
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Microsoft also supported United Way's focus on education by serving on the Campaign for the Common Good education launch panel, partnering with United Way during the NFL Half Time Show to promote InterroBang, an interactive online educational game for kids, and providing software and expertise for the online components of United Way's education town hall, plus local support for United Way of King County's Parent-Child Home Program to help low-income families prepare for kindergarten.
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Interrobang - a punctuation mark consisting of a question mark superimposed on an exclamation mark.
InterroBang encourages students to develop 21st century skills through project- and team-based learning in game-like environments.
Helping fund the creation of InterroBang, an interactive online game for students that teaches problem solving by giving kids missions to complete in the real world.
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InterroBang will be featured and demonstrated by the winning students for more than 50 superintendents from across the United States.
InterroBang shows us all clear evidence of how these students achieved 21st century skills, which is what they need to compete in the global economy and, brings the world to their computer screen," stated Virginia Secretary of Education Gerard Robinson.
More than 300 students participating in the halftime show of the first football game of Thanksgiving Day will spend their pre-performance time at the event taking part in InterroBANG educational missions, collaborating onsite and posting their missions live on the InterroBANG site.