Offering young students activities that allow them to solve real-world problems gets them excited about subjects like science, technology, engineering and math. During a summer school program in Kansas City, students Kevin Torres (from left), Malachi Jones and Maria Cuevas showed Superintendent Mark Bedell a Makey Makey Invention Kit circuit board.
Offering young students activities that allow them to solve real-world problems gets them excited about subjects like science, technology, engineering and math. During a summer school program in Kansas City, students Kevin Torres (from left), Malachi Jones and Maria Cuevas showed Superintendent Mark Bedell a Makey Makey Invention Kit circuit board. David Pulliam tljungblad@kcstar.com
Offering young students activities that allow them to solve real-world problems gets them excited about subjects like science, technology, engineering and math. During a summer school program in Kansas City, students Kevin Torres (from left), Malachi Jones and Maria Cuevas showed Superintendent Mark Bedell a Makey Makey Invention Kit circuit board. David Pulliam tljungblad@kcstar.com

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