NYC school offers extra support to help girls, minorities excel in science

10/16/2013 | Daily News (New York)

The High School for Environmental Studies in New York City is trying to close the minority and gender gap in science with a focus on what such students need to graduate and go on to college. Students in the school have access to hands-on lessons in a genetic lab and on the rooftop rose garden. Students also conduct research with organizations, such as the Museum of Natural History and the New York City Aquarium.

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