School partnerships assisting with STEM education
WNYT-TV, Ch. 13
May 6, 2014
We continue to hear that high tech jobs that require an education in science, technology, engineering and math are coming to the Capital Region. However, we are also hearing that there is a concern that we won’t have an educated workforce to take those jobs. In order to do that schools are now creating partnerships to help educate kids in STEM.
It's just hours before the science fair and the team from Brighter Choice Charter School that conducted the bubble gum test is strategizing and going over its research.
“We know all gum can help clean our mouths, but there’s certain chemicals in it that can actually take bacteria out. We want to know which one it was,” said one student working on this project.