Students in a robotics class at STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee in Louisiana are adapting electronic toys so they can be more easily used by children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy that affect motor skills. The toys are then distributed to students with special needs in the district's elementary schools.
Students use STEM skills to make toys accessible
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