District 181 STEM programs look to spark interest in science
HINSDALE – Janet Stutz was out of breath when she answered her phone on a recent spring day.
She had just exited the Clarendon Hills Middle School gym, where District 181 staff was introducing students to more than 70 labs as part of the STEM program, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
"I'm not kidding, it's a riot," said Stutz, the assistant superintendent for learning at District 181. "They're having a blast."
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