Connecticut school to build greenhouse classroom

10/31/2008 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

A new donated, $96,000 greenhouse will allow sixth-graders in Glastonbury, Conn., to explore the life sciences, agriculture and other interdisciplinary lessons. "Nature is the keyhole for science. For [students] to be able to go into a living lab and work with nature and see how all factors play a role in development of plants is such a rich extension of the science curriculum," said James Gregorski, the school's principal.

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