Preparing the next generation of innovators in science, technology, engineering and math means inspiring students to tap into their creativity and developing environments that foster collaboration, says Stephan Turnipseed, president of LEGO Education North America. He notes that having students work together reflects real-world working conditions. "Start pushing kids to use their imagination and to use creativity in the appropriate environment and that would drive a lot of the results we need in innovation," he says.

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