Students to get STEM lessons at Minn. zoo

02/24/2013 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Along with expanding its language programs, officials with the Minnesota Zoo say they are developing a program for area students in response to the increased emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math in schools. Students will learn about how STEM relates to the animal world, including the engineering involved in beaver dams.

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