Girls-only engineering course debuts at Wis. high school

In response to the small number of women who end up in engineering careers, Kewaskum High School in Wisconsin is offering the first-ever girls-only engineering class in the state to help encourage more women to enter the engineering field. "I don't necessarily think we have failed if they don't go into engineering as a career. But I think we would be failing if we didn't provide them with an opportunity to explore it," said Patrick Moerchen, who helped develop the class.

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