He found a beautiful way to make his school a better place to learn.
What do you do if you're an awesome science teacher and you want your kids to learn about water animals but don't have water nearby?
That's what James Jubran was up against as an aquatic science teacher at Alief Elsik High School in Houston, Texas.
"We don’t have the ability to go to lakes, rivers, oceans or streams," Jubran explains. The nearest large body of water is Trinity Bay, which is an hour away. Big field trips like that cost money, and the school doesn't have the funding to make them feasible.