PLTW Becomes Accredited Provider of IACET Continuing Education UnitsLearn More
Toyota USA Foundation Announces $2 Million Grant to Support Growth of PLTW ProgramsLearn More
$1 Million Grant Will Expand PLTW K-12 Career Pathways for Massachusetts StudentsLearn More
Project Lead The Way Announces David Greer as Senior Vice President to Oversee Program DevelopmentLearn More
Project Lead The Way CEO Receives National Recognition for Commitment to Technology in K-12 EducationLearn More
From the very beginning, we’ve been an organization focused on two things: students and teachers. PLTW programs prepare students with in-demand knowledge and transportable skills and transform the teaching experience.
Nearly 20 years later, we are steadfast in our commitment to students and teachers. Now with five programs which create K-12 pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science, we continue, every day, to prepare students with the in-demand knowledge and skills they need to thrive in an evolving world.
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