February 20, 2018
Reston kids design winning model for Future City
Edlin School’s team beats 43 middle schools from around the world. Six students from Edlin School in Reston, Virginia, spent the past 10 months designing an aging-friendly city for the Future City Competition. The work paid off Tuesday when their project won first place in the annual contest. More than 40,000 teams entered the competition, and 44 regional winners from the United States, Canada, China and Egypt gathered in Washington, D.C., over the weekend to present their ideas for a city that helps older adults stay active and live on their own.
Source: Washington Post