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New diagnostic equipment at Minuteman High School includes eight state-of-the-art trainers designed to simulate the electronic, electrical and engine systems of a vehicle.
From an article on the Wicked Local website:
Students in the Automotive Technology program at Minuteman High School troubleshoot complex automotive systems using advanced diagnostic equipment. That diagnostic equipment now includes eight state-of-the-art trainers designed to simulate the electronic, electrical and engine systems of a vehicle.
Valued at a total of $70,000 and purchased with funds from a federal Perkins education grant, students in all four grades at Minuteman will be using the new equipment, said Minuteman Director of Career and Technical Education Michelle Roche.
“We’ve really stepped up our game in terms of technology,” she said. “These trainers help students understand the systems they are working on in cars. Technology is just another tool to use to teach our students the skills necessary to compete in the 21st century. This equipment streamlines the process. It allows us to go beyond what we were able to do before.”