Ariz. program helps students earn college credit, train for STEM careers

Some 23 Arizona schools are certified to offer students college credit for courses in engineering, biotechnology and other advanced math and science curricula as part of Project Lead the Way, a nationwide nonprofit initiative that prepares students for college-level study and careers in STEM -- science, technology, engineering and math. Considered a model program by education officials and technology companies, PLTW requires schools to undergo a rigorous certification process, and PLTW teachers must complete 80 hours of training.

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