Is after-school the next hot place to learn about STEM?

02/24/2013 | Education Week

The number of after-school clubs that focus on science, technology, engineering and math is growing, guest blogger Gina Cairney writes in this post. Cairney highlights examples of programs where students can learn about everything from video-game design to scientific inquiry. "With a bucket of Legos, there's an endless number of things that can be built, from a simple square block to a 5-foot replica of a superhero of your choosing," she writes.

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