Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy plans to open $1.9 million innovation center
In Aurora today the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy announced its plans for a $1.9 million innovation center. It’s call In-to, and will feature 3d workstations - an entrepreneur-in-residence office and a cafe.
It’s a big investment for the suburban high school, which had 651 students last year.
President of the Academy, Dr. Jose Torres, and Britta McKenna, the school’s Chief Innovation Officer join us to talk about the plan.