Middle school students will soon have a new tool to land some high paying jobs in the future.
The new curriculum is called "Learning Blade."
It's designed get kids interested in "STEM" education.
"STEM" stands for science, technology, engineering and math.
The students will use online games to solve different missions.
The idea is to show them that these subjects can be fun, and can help them build a career.
Former Congressman Zach Wamp is the Chairperson of the Advisory Board.
"Students have actually gone away from these fields in this country, and in India and China and our competitors, they've gone more to these areas. And so we have to create more interest for young people in 'STEM' related education fields." Students in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama will take part in a pilot project in January.