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KIPP students help design therapeutic toys for kids with cerebral palsy

Andy DeLeon, left, Timi Oladunjoye, Lyssindra Saintvil, and Amber Amadis talk about the therapeutic toy for patients with Cerebral Palsy as part of Project Lead the Way that gives students the chance to implement engineering design to create therapeutic toys. (Owen O'Rourke)
LYNN — Eighth graders at KIPP Academy spent the past month embracing the world of engineering design and STEM research so they could lend helping hands. Project Lead the Way brings hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) experiences into classrooms. As part of this new curriculum, students at the local charter school used 3D…

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