Va. district offers "Maker Spaces" for students to create, design

12/12/2013 | WVIR-TV (Charlottesville, Va.)

Monticello High School in Albemarle County, Va., has been hosting visitors who are interested in its "Maker Spaces," dedicated areas of the school for students to create and design their own work. The program is in place for all grades in the district, but the high school's library transformation is creating buzz and bringing visitors from universities. The library is now drawing more students, officials said, with its music studio, a "hacker" room for computer programming, a 3D printer and a "genius bar" for students to help repair computers.

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