Conceptual physics is preparation for high-tech jobs

A Tennessee high school is piloting a conceptual physics course that will be integrated into the state's science curriculum next year. The course is part of an overall shift toward requiring more science credits, and the course will allow students to do more hands-on activities and "active learning."

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