On Wednesday morning, the Parkersburg High School Robotics Program held a drone flying demonstration by students at the Stadium Field. Thanks to the State of West Virginia and the Wood County Technical Center the high school was able to get a grant to teach students how to fly drones, according to PHS robotics program teacher Steven Reiner. Flying drones is something the students can get very excited about.
In Southern California, three colleges have been selected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to become part of the recently launched Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Collegiate Training Initiative.
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Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus offers an online drone program for teens this summer.