Hands-on learning is part of nonprofit's STEM-focused summer camp

A nonprofit summer camp that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math has a group of Memphis, Tenn., students building their own desktop or laptop computers to take home. "It's really hands-on," one elementary-school student said. "I don't really like waiting and watching, so this was really fun." The Kids-N-Technology camp was founded in Memphis in 2002 and has since expanded elsewhere in Tennessee, as well as to Georgia, Illinois and New York.

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