K-12 schools leverage 3D printers to make a difference
from EdTech Magazine
Hamilton County (Tenn.) Schools has put their 3D printers to work in recent weeks in support of frontline COVID-19 responders. At the outset of the crisis, the district rounded up its digital fabrication resources in a single lab and has since digitally printed nearly 4,500 headbands to secure face shields for healthcare workers. "We want to educate future leaders who can be thoughtful and can work together to solve real-world problems. This is a great example of that," says Jill Levine, the district's chief of innovation and choice.
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