'Green' Classes Flourish in Schools
Solar-powered cars have barely begun to inch out of test laboratories onto the difficult road to commercial viability.
But miniature versions of that technology are already being churned out at Whitmore Lake High School.
Students at the Michigan school have designed shoebox-size cars, made of foam board, toothpicks, and solar panels, as part of a new class called Green Tech. It’s just one of the many courses focused on renewable and alternative energy that are taking hold across the country as educators seek to channel students’ concerns about the environment and...
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