Toy truck partnership brings STEM education to Houston youth

December 27, 2019

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For decades, the HESS Toy Truck has been a beloved gift for children nationwide. Through a partnership established with Baylor College of Medicine in 2017, the collectable toy trucks now help teach the younger generation about the world of STEM science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Center for Educational Outreach at Baylor, in collaboration with the HESS Corporation, has developed free, downloadable STEM curriculum guides that use the toy trucks to educate elementary and middle school students on the principles of  physical science.

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