Grant gives Global STEM students access to OSU coursework

Students at Springfield’s Global Impact STEM Academy will soon have college-level curriculum prepared by Ohio State University faculty integrated into their problem-based learning model, giving them a leg up when it comes to college readiness.The school is one of 10 K-12 schools in the state that partnered with OSU and the Ohio STEM Learning Network on the “College Ready Ohio” initiative to put online college course material into the hands of high school students.The consortium won a $13.5 million Straight A grant from the Ohio Department of Education to fund the program.