Robotics course aims to prepare middle-school students for careers

03/7/2012 | Spartanburg Herald-Journal (S.C.)

One South Carolina school district has created a robotics course for students in two middle schools to help introduce them to pre-engineering skills. "We know nationwide there is a real need for employees to be trained in high-tech manufacturing," said district official Eric Levitt. "We're trying to be very responsive to the business community, so if students choose to go into that field they'll be prepared."

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