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Chaska High School offers hands on engineering classes

A program at Chaska High School offers engineering students a practical approach to learning, the Star Tribune's Patrice Relerford wrote in an article Monday. The program is led by technology teacher Rob Jacobs.

Relerford places Chaska's program in a national context as part of Project Lead the Way, in which more than 100 middle and high schools participate in Minnesota. Students who pass the courses can qualify for college credit.