Educators in some Washington state schools are using robotics projects as a hands-on way for students to learn math and science as well as improve teamwork, innovation and problem-solving skills. Members of the business community hope the program will also spur an interest in science and technology carers. "It's so empowering to children to build something and program it to do something, and it does it. It's better than any video game," one teacher said.

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