Disadvantaged youth receive outdoor STEM education

Friday, May 20, 2016

By Jenna Flanagan
Innovation Trail

Newburgh, N.Y. often makes national lists as one of the worst places to live, especially for young men. That’s why an alternative all-boys middle school partnered with Mohonk Preserve, part of the Shawangunk Mountains, just a few miles north in Gardiner. The students from the San Miguel Academy of Newburgh participate in a program aimed at teaching junior high school kids STEM skills using the natural environment. Read More...