N.J. district features robotics in pilot summer program

07/28/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

The Clayton School District in New Jersey launched its first summer academy this year. The program included a week of classes about robotics in which students learned how to build and assemble the machines. "Considering the kids came in knowing very little about programming, what they've done is pretty impressive," chemistry teacher Jeffrey Owens said.

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