A hands-on STEM program for elementary and middle-school students at two schools in New Jersey is drawing accolades from students and parents. The program focuses on invention and creation -- ranging from developing underwater technology to building remotely operated vehicles. "It is well-documented that students exposed to engineering and computer sciences at an early age are more likely to follow this track throughout high school and pursue STEM-based college degrees," Superintendent Antoinette Rath said.

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