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Auto Shop Students’ Passion For Learning Inspires A $55K Grant

The automotive program at Meadowdale High in Lynnwood, WA, recently received a $55,000 grant from Foundry10. The money was used to purchase six Model T Deluxe Roadster kit cars.

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modelThe automotive program at Meadowdale High in Lynnwood, WA, recently received a $55,000 grant from Foundry10. The money was used to purchase six Model T Deluxe Roadster kit cars.

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From HeraldNet:

“Hot Rod High School” sounds like a retro movie title, but at Meadowdale High it’s the name of an advanced automotive class. With a $55,000 grant to buy and complete six Model T Deluxe Roadster kit cars, it’s been called “the greatest auto class of all time.”

At least that’s how students in automotive instructor Bryan Robbins’ class described the new course in their winning grant presentation. Last week the auto program at the Lynnwood school was given the $55,000 by Foundry10, a Seattle-based educational research organization focused on nontraditional learning.

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