Massachusetts pushes engineering classes

10/17/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

In Massachusetts, the first U.S. state to recommend engineering be taught in all grades, nearly a third of its high schools now offer the subject as an elective. However, some professional engineers say the popular high school class is lightweight, because students don't need to use rigorous math.

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