Homeless students delve into science concepts in summer camp

08/9/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A summer science camp run by educators at California State University, Long Beach, serves homeless students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Educators design the camp's lessons specifically to avoid topics that may be sensitive for the students, while hoping to interest them in science-related subjects and careers.

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