Hands-on learning ready for takeoff at Johnson High in St. Paul

  • Article by: Anthony Lonetree , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 23, 2014 - 9:45 PM

Hoping to build on its history, St. Paul’s Johnson High wants to shape the future with $1.6M engineering labs.

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bootsy07Jan. 23, 1410:37 PM

Very encouraging article - bravo!

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tooty123Jan. 24, 14 1:33 AM

What a wonderful project for Johnson High School. Kudos to those who made it happen!

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oldmotorheadJan. 24, 14 9:37 AM

Dropping " shop " classes from the curriculum is one reason that this country doesn't have the skilled work force that we need to compete world wide. Hopefully our state and nation will wake up and start requiring these types of classes for graduation.

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braxozJan. 24, 1412:30 PM

oldmotorhead Jan. 24, 14 9:37 AM Dropping " shop " classes from the curriculum is one reason that this country doesn't have the skilled work force that we need to compete world wide. Hopefully our state and nation will wake up and start requiring these types of classes for graduation._____________ Shop and Home Ec - the best way to learn measuring and fractions.

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