Project Lead the Way - Wisconsin

Welcome Students, Parents, Teachers, Counselors, Administrators & Others!

Here you will find information and resources to guide you through the Wisconsin Project Lead The Way program. See the opportunities PLTW delivers to a growing number of young men and women exploring the Engineering and Biomedical Sciences classes that lead to exciting new careers. A pathway to the future!

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Project Lead The Way Programs


PLTW Launch

Engaging students at a young age builds confidence.

PLTW Gateway

Challenges and engages the natural curiosity of Middle School students.

PLTW Engineering

Rigorous and fun courses introducing students to engineering careers and preparing them to succeed in post-secondary education.

PLTW Biomedical Science

Hands-on, reality-based courses providing a glimpse of the biomedical sciences field.

PLTW Computer Science

Introducing students to programming and logic.

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Upcoming Events

Readiness Training for Summer Training is Open!
Readiness Training for Summer Core Training is open on PLTW National. Please note that this readiness training needs to be completed before you can register for summer training, which opens March 2, 2015.
PLTW Day At The Capitol
Project Lead The Way is going to Wisconsin's capitol city, Madison, to present STEM and PLTW information to the Wisconsin State Representatives on March 11, 2015.
2015 Counselor & Administrator Conference
Mark your calendar for the upcoming conferences in 2015:
March 4, 2015 - Fond du Lac
Launch Lead Teacher Training at MSOE
MSOE is hosting Launch Lead Teacher Training from March 31st to April 2nd. Register now at PLTW National.
2015 Summer Core Training Schedules
The schedule for this summer's Core Institute Training is now available!

Current News

10-Feb-2015 - 2015 Summer Core Training Schedules
The schedule for this summer's Core Institute Training is now available! Registration opens March 2, 2015
15-Dec-2014 - Attention PLTW Teachers and Students!
Have something exciting you want to share about your PLTW classroom and/or school? Do you have an awesome PLTW teacher you would like to highlight? How about letting us know what your most current project is and why it's so awesome? Email us your story for a chance to be in the next issue of Pathways Magazine! Don't forget to include pictures!
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