On a warm morning in Memphis, a lively bunch of kids take to the streets, rolling down Cooper Avenue in the Cooper-Young District. They’re putting into action what they’re learning in the classroom during the school year.
“That’s exactly what our camp kids looked like,” says Sylvia Crum, executive director of Revolutions Bicycle Co-Op. “At school, STEM is theoretical. At the Revolutions Bicycle camp, you don’t just think about the mechanical aspects of riding a bike. Our camp is a chance to use science in action.”
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