Students in an Ohio school district will have access next year to a one-of-a-kind learning space. The Innovation Creation Space -- provided by the Discovery Learning Program and located on an elementary-school campus -- will foster students' creativity through the use of 3D printers, holographic screens and work stations that allow students to transfer academic lessons into real-world situations. Doug Hiscox, city schools deputy superintendent for academic affairs, said the lab will help support the district's overall goal of expanding learning in science, technology, engineering and math.
Can a high-tech lab spark students' interest, creativity?
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