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It's even more impressive that their competitors were seasoned college students.
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It engages kids with real-world oriented projects, said Benjamin Senson, a Madison Memorial High School teacher who has developed one of the nation's leading aerospace engineering programs. Kids who go through programs such as Project Lead the Way tend to not change their minds about their majors. They know they like science and engineering.
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