Md. industries help support high-school STEM students

04/1/2013 | Maryland Gazette

Students enrolled in a Maryland magnet program for science, technology, engineering and math must work side-by-side with business professionals for 140-plus hours before they can graduate. School officials say they have partnered with more than 75 businesses, including NASA.

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