Project Lead The Way Announces New Assessment to Measure Academic Knowledge and In-Demand SkillsLearn More
Number of Students Earning College- and Career-Ready Recognition More Than DoublesLearn More
Project Lead The Way Recognizes Exemplary PLTW Programs with Distinguished School and District AwardsLearn More
$1.7 Million Grant Will Expand PLTW K-12 Career Pathways for Massachusetts StudentsLearn More
PLTW Introduces Advisory Board for Cybersecurity CourseLearn 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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PLTW in the News
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Media Planet: Engaging Girls in STEM Starts in Kindergarten
Independent Mail: Midway Elementary STEM Teacher Wins National Award
New York Times: Who Needs Charters When You Have Public Schools Like These?
WLWT Cincinnati: Students Build New Device to Help Hockey Player on the Ice
Baltimore Sun: Students Fix Floor Buffers Through Reverse Engineering
TRIB LIVE: CV Students Become Crime Scene Investigators
News 9: Educate Oklahoma: STEM
T.H.E. Journal: Teachers ‘ Lead the Way’ in Project-Based STEM Education