Farmington Hills school welcomes in new lab for its students.
The center — more than a year in the making — is to pilot three
weeklong, free summer sessions for middle school, high school and
junior college students in metro Detroit. The center is particularly trying to reach students in Detroit.
The idea, said Patty Giorgio, director of development at Steppingstone, is to heed the call for more science education.
said students rarely see what it’s like to work in an advanced lab, and
having the used spectrometer — which retails for more than $100,000
new — makes this lab unique.
“No other elementary or middle school has a spectrometer,” Giorgio said.
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