Last week, the NY Daily News published a story on the increasing number of STEM themed programs popping up at museums throughout New York City.
From the New York Transit Museum’s ‘Get Kinetic!’ workshop to the Brooklyn Historical Society’s educational series with the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a growing number of city museums are offering hands-on learning for children. The STEM-focused programming emphasizes the basics of science, technology, engineering and math.
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