Research, experimentation, and development should always be top priority in schools! Job well done, Dublin High School Engineering and Design Academy 🙂
The Dublin High School Engineering and Design Academy is expanding for the 2013-14 school year. Based on the success of the program so far, Dublin High School was selected by Project Lead the Way (one of 46 out of 116 applicants) to pilot the new Computer Science & Software Engineering (CSSE) class. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is also be added to the curriculum. In the future, Dublin High School may also build a dedicated building for the Engineering and Design Academy with funding provided by the most recent voter-approved bond measure.
At last week’s Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) Board of Trustees meeting, the Engineering and Design Academy, along with representatives from the Dublin High School Gael Force Robotics Club, had a chance to talk about the program and show off their VEX robotics skills. In addition to presentations by Dublin High administration and Engineering Academy teachers, several students…
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