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February 7, 2023

Delaware students ‘tag' old building as $25M science hub begins

  • When it opens in 2024, the new center will teach STEM to a diverse student base.
    The News Journal

    WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — EastSide Charter School's $25 million science hub is no longer just a vision on paper — its construction is underway. Proposed in 2021, the center is intended to remedy a lack of racial and ethnic diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics — collectively known as STEM.

    The center will be open to everyone across the state, said Aaron Bass, the charter school's CEO. Students can learn about coding and 3D printing, while adults can learn about robotics and take advantage of job training, he said.

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