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In an age of video games and the Internet, there’s plenty out there to distract young students from their homework. But some educators are harnessing new media to reinforce scientific learning. Kojo looks at innovative local programs, and explores the future possibilities of science education for kids.
- Bob Hirshon Executive Producer and Principle Investigator, Kinetic City; Project Director for Media Programs, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
- Bonnie Bracey Educational Technology and Reform Consultant, George Lucas Educational Foundation
- Carlos Nunez Director, Challenger Learning Center of Greater Washington
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