The STEM lab at Booker T Washington STEM Academy in Champaign Ill looks out onto a rainwater cistern and garden giving students immediate connection to plant life and project based learning Photo courtesy of James Steinkamp Photography.

The STEM lab at Booker T. Washington STEM Academy in Champaign, Ill., looks out onto a rainwater cistern and garden, giving students immediate connection to plant life and project based learning.

Green Gateways

Many schools are incorporating horticulture as a way to engage students in 21st-century topics.

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