The Public Opinion of Chambersburg, Pa., reports on a group of local high school students taking a course in power and energy. The course, taught by the school’s technology teacher, exposes students to theories behind power technology and features projects in which the students develop PowerPoint presentations and stage mechanical demonstrations. “Students have a chance to get hands-on experience with a number of projects assigned to groups and individuals. We want to expand their knowledge beyond the textbook,” says their teacher.