Aerospace company helps school launch virtual-reality class

06/19/2013 | CBS News

Aerospace and defensive contractor Raytheon is helping an Arizona middle school pilot a virtual-reality class that allows students to design their own projects. "What we're trying to do is invest in today to insure that we'll have the engineers and technical professionals that we'll need in the future," said Laura McGill, deputy vice president of engineering at Raytheon.

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