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STEM centers, maker space coming to Oklahoma City schools


August 25, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A new emphasis on STEM education in Oklahoma City arrived in a flurry of paint and power tools.

Preparations are underway to open centers for STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in local schools and a maker space next door to Mark Twain Elementary.

More than 100 volunteers from Devon Energy and Home Depot turned out at Mark Twain recently to set up the school's STEM center and an applied learning building on the same block.

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation helped create the vision for the project as it works with Oklahoma City Public Schools to...

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