Sixth graders Isabelle Augustin, 12, left, Elie Alcide, 12, and Hymler Lagou, 12, right compare their robots to one each others machine. Students participated in the EV3 Robotics Program that offers kids a chance to build their own robots using Legos which part of a grant in which North Miami Middle and Edison K-8 Center collaborate with Florida International University to help spark an interest in STEM related concepts and careers at North Miami Middle School on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
Sixth graders Isabelle Augustin, 12, left, Elie Alcide, 12, and Hymler Lagou, 12, right compare their robots to one each others machine. Students participated in the EV3 Robotics Program that offers kids a chance to build their own robots using Legos which part of a grant in which North Miami Middle and Edison K-8 Center collaborate with Florida International University to help spark an interest in STEM related concepts and careers at North Miami Middle School on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Carl Juste MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Sixth graders Isabelle Augustin, 12, left, Elie Alcide, 12, and Hymler Lagou, 12, right compare their robots to one each others machine. Students participated in the EV3 Robotics Program that offers kids a chance to build their own robots using Legos which part of a grant in which North Miami Middle and Edison K-8 Center collaborate with Florida International University to help spark an interest in STEM related concepts and careers at North Miami Middle School on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Carl Juste MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Grant lets Miami-Dade middle school students build robots with Lego parts

May 27, 2015 02:57 PM

UPDATED May 27, 2015 05:28 PM

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