Cleveland STEM students attend school at science hubs

08/21/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Freshmen at Cleveland's MC STEM High School will attend class at the Great Lakes Science Center. The year-round public high school opened last year and offers career-focused education in science, technology, engineering and math at nontraditional sites. Tenth-grade students, the school's inaugural class, are housed at General Electric's Nela Park campus in East Cleveland. Employees there mentor and tutor students, and school officials are looking to set up something similar at a NASA research center.

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