Schools cannot easily access external fablabs

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Many schools cannot afford to et up and above all maintain their **own, internal** fablab/makerspace, and often they don't even need one, because it would be unused most of the time. In all these cases, all those schools would need in order to benefit of DiDIY and integrate it fruitfully in their curricula, is the possibility to visit existing fablabs in their neighborhood. But often they can't, because with current legislations, rules, insurance policies... it can be very hard to certify/officially declare a fablab a safe place for school to visit.

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