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Laptop shwoing a cover design created by students

High school students create a portfolio cover design using Inkscape.

Credit: Georgia Institute of Technology


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Portfolio cover designed by high school students, made using a vinyl cutter.

The final portfolio cover designed by high school students, made using a vinyl cutter.

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Middle school students in a lab conduct accuracy tests with a pheumatic catapult.

Middle school students conduct accuracy tests with a pheumatic catapult.

Credit: Georgia Institute of Technology


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Middle school students holding sheets during a presentation

Middle school students share data collected from their catapult testing.

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