Auburn City Schools has received the General Electric Additive Education Program to increase access to 3D printing in all 13 schools.
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is changing the way the world makes parts for everything ranging from planes to human organs; and now, it’s part of Auburn City Schools’ curriculum. “We are excited about this because now a student can experience 3D printing at all grade levels in ACS,” Drew Morgan, Coordinator of Secondary Curriculum and Professional Development, said in the press release. “Doing so will boost STEM experiences for students K-12, and increase the number of students who could potentially enter STEM careers. We are very grateful to GE for partnering with ACS, and we look forward to utilizing all the applications these printers offer.” The school district recently participated in the General Electric Additive Education Program, a grant program funded by General Electric to […]
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