The Crookston Daily Times reports that Amy Boll, a junior high industrial technology teacher, is spreading the word about alternative fuel cell technology. Because fuel technology is a hot topic today, and will only grow in importance in the coming years, she is introducing the concept of them into her education curricula because of the importance fuel cells will have on America’s future. While Boll was pursuing a master’s degree at the University of North Dakota, one of her professors asked her if she would participate in the Energy Village, a project launched by the Department of Energy, which has the ultimate goal of building a fuel-cell-powered vehicle. Boll was asked if she could develop a curriculum that could be grasped by middle-school students, because the ultimate goal of the project would be enhanced if these students were familiar with fuel-cell technology. So, Boll analyzed the available expert information and broke it down to a middle school level of understanding…