New approach to be tested in NJ schools for STEM education

December 4, 2018

New Jersey is selecting three high schools to take part in a new six-year program in the state for kids who are interested in the tech jobs of the future. The P-TECH public-private partnership will be integrated at Burlington City High School next fall, along with schools in Patterson and New Brunswick. Students will graduate with a high school diploma and an associate degree in STEM.