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At North Bethesda Middle School we met some state science champs who built a dulcimer and have the knowledge behind the notes.
Future astronauts are getting a huge advantage when they choose University of Maryland to do their studies.
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Engineers of the future can not only design their inventions they can manufacture them in 3D
At Thurgood Marshall Elementary, the whole school is involved in a competition where the winner gets to breathe a little fire.
Brilliant, creative, and motivated are words that describe the students at the cool school The Lab School in Northwest DC.
Imagine being able to control some of the symptoms of autism by wearing a bracelet.
Cool schools time is here and this big yellow bus is stopping in Silver Spring on University Boulevard.
Math matters in this week's cool school.
When you think of an NFL cheerleader, you may think glamorous, but does the word scientist come to mind, too?
It may be called the National Gallery of Art, but for Randle Highlands Elementary School, it's as local as it gets.
Elsie Whitlow Stokes Charter in D.C. is getting students from pre-kindergarten to fifth grade ready for an international job market.