Peter Schmidtke, Rotary International News
Forty Estonian high school students rolled up their sleeves and used Matching Grant-funded science equipment to test water, air, and soil at a nuclear power plant and other sites in Latvia and Lithuania during a three-day trip in October.
“The possibility of taking the equipment along and letting students do on-site measuring is a dream come true for any science teacher,” says Katrin Raie, a 2003-04 Ambassadorial Scholar who acted as a project liaison between the sponsor Rotary clubs and the Vanalinna Hariduskolleegium school in Tallinn, Estonia.
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