Students learn science with high altitude balloons

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A new hands-on way of learning science is making its way into Saskatchewan high schools — high altitude balloons that allow students to conduct their own research. “Science classes can get dry if you're looking at experiments other people have done,” he said, as he spent his morning helping Miller High School students in Regina launch a balloon.

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Students learn science with high altitude balloons

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