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Higley awarded $40,000 grant for green careers project

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Posted: Saturday, October 23, 2010 3:00 pm

The Higley Unified School District was awarded $40,000 from the Arizona Department of Education's Innovative CTE Programs Project in Engineering, Bioscience, or Green Technologies Grant to fund Higley High School's Project Green STEM: Growing Green Careers of the Future.

This program gives students the opportunity to design, develop, and prototype a wind energy conversion device.

The program is led by teacher David Sprague.

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