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APB STEM curriculum for PreK -12, empowering students to thrive in an evolving world. Millions of students. 11,500 schools in U.S.
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Project Lead The Way 10h
PLTW programs prepare students to solve important challenges and contribute to global progress. Providing students with hands-on, real-world applied learning experiences is critical. Learn more about how PLTW is preparing students for the future:
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Today, 70+ volunteers virtually judge finalists’ portfolios in the PLTW Engineering Design Competition, brought to you by , , and . Over the last month, volunteers gave a combined 200+ hours to judge the competition. Thank you, judges!
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Lauren Curtis 17h
. takes the stage at at 1 PM for a fireside chat w/ . Stay tuned for highlights from the conversation!
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Chevron CR May 20
We support events like ’s 2019 Engineering Design Competition as part of our commitment to advancing education. Chevron’s Jairam Kamath will act as a judge in the final competition.
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Project Lead The Way 21h
A new episode of is now live! Hear PLTW Master Teacher, , share her story filled with success, failure, and authenticity, and how she’s leveling the playing field for students. Listen now at or wherever you listen.
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Project Lead The Way May 21
The 2018 PLTW Outstanding Teachers recommended summer activities that students – and their families – can do to keep their brains active and their STEM skills sharp. Check out their recommendations!
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Project Lead The Way May 21
"Donors who give to schools almost always give because they want to help students. Hearing from (or about) students will be more emotionally powerful than hearing from adults."
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Teach Plus IN May 20
How do we expand access to career learning experience? This morning we’re with and discussing future-ready workforce!
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Gerry Dick May 20
Great to start the week and be part of & Next Steps for a Future-Ready Workforce with and .
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Michael Huber May 20
Thanks for hosting this morning’s packed-house conversation re: a future-ready workforce here in Indy
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Project Lead The Way May 20
"Portage Township Schools' PLTW students look empowered to solve whatever problems tomorrow has in store for them."
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Project Lead The Way May 20
"For a guy who was considering leaving the profession at the time, I knew I had found my niche. When I got back to my school, I begged my principal to let me teach PLTW as soon as possible."
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Project Lead The Way May 20
PLTW Master Teacher, , joins us Wednesday for and shares how she is leveling the playing field by raising students up to new heights through relevant, hands-on learning. Subscribe at or wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Project Lead The Way May 18
Discover how to get involved in VEX Competitions, which help students further their STEM interests and gain life skills.
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Project Lead The Way May 18
Investing in Homegrown Talent: Encouraging Students to Pursue Careers in Engineering and Technical Fields
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Project Lead The Way May 18
A strong PLTW Partnership Team has the potential to help support your program and help build it into an exemplary, sustained program with influence that reaches beyond the bounds of your school and into the workforce.
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Project Lead The Way May 18
"Over the two short years of offering the PLTW programs, we have witnessed a dramatic change in our students and our school."
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Project Lead The Way May 17
Find out who you should consider bringing to your fundraising table.
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Project Lead The Way May 17
“By providing students with PLTW, students are exposed to things beyond the classroom and can connect concepts taught with real-life, authentic learning they will actually use in their careers."
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