Texas 5th-graders learn science by going to medical school

03/9/2014 | El Paso Times (Texas)

Fifth-graders in El Paso, Texas, learned about human biology and medical careers through a partnership called "Seeds of Change." The program brings students from Clardy Elementary School to the Texas Tech University campus to participate in hands-on lessons with medical students and faculty. "It exposes them to the science and medical fields and encourages them to complete high school, go to college and continue their education," principal Leticia Foster said.

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