Pa. program puts students on the fast track to STEM degrees

08/30/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

A Pennsylvania high school is opening the Deptford Township Schools Academy of Engineering this fall in which 40 incoming freshmen will take college-level courses in science, technology, engineering and math. In addition, students -- who are selected for the academy program based on their achievement in middle school -- take traditional courses in the humanities. The program allows students to get a head start on earning college credit in STEM subjects, including engineering, robotics and computer-aided design.

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