Schools use high-tech 3D printers as part of engineering classes

A number of high schools in Tennessee are acquiring high-tech 3D printers to use as part of classes in science, technology, engineering and math -- or STEM -- subjects. Educators say the devices offer students a unique way to understand and envision how STEM concepts can be applied. "We have a major shortage of engineers in America. We hope to help that," John Ash, principal of Central Magnet School, said.

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