MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Students in north Minneapolis have a new way to learn about science, technology, engineering and math — the Mobile Innovation Lab.
The bus has equipment like HP graphic computers and 3D printers so kids can work on science and technology projects.READ MORE: Deployment Of National Guard Makes Some Feel On Edge, Others More Safe
The goal is to bring the classroom to students, especially as many learn from home.READ MORE: Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Hopkins, Driver Taken Into Custody
This Mobile Innovation Lab is the brain child of the Northside STEM District. That’s a coalition of African American education and community-based institutions in North Minneapolis.MORE NEWS: Brooklyn Center Issues Last-Minute Curfew After Protesters Arrested At Police Building
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