High-tech tools help prepare Fla. students for STEM careers

03/21/2013 | WWSB-TV (Sarasota, Fla.)

Students in the science, technology, engineering and math programs at Venice High School in Florida are working with 3D printers and other new technologies that teachers say are necessary to make sure their students will be competitive in the workplace. "With our programs through STEM we try to give them [hands-on] lessons, not just with a [textbook]," Venice Medical Academy teacher Carol Lash said.

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