Post-Gazette.com reports that a new partnership between Carnegie Mellon University and LEGO Education has enables approximately a dozen schools in Pittsburgh and 50 schools in southwestern Pennsylvania to place robots in math and science classrooms. Carnegie Mellon has written a curriculum for elementary, middle, and high school students on how to use the NXT model, the newest and most advanced LEGO robot in the popular MINDSTORMS robot-building set. The NXT is so advanced, that the technology used was not even available to NASA ten years ago. However, thanks to the partnership, these learning tools will be available to any math and science classroom at a cost of about $200 dollars…