It’s not just funding a new gadget or tool library, though — there’s quite a variety of approaches here.
University of Maryland researchers note that maker spaces, while touted as valuable community resources and good entry paths for STEM fields, are often inaccessible to the likes of inner-city youth: Even if they had a maker space nearby, many may not have the time or money to engage with it.
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