Ore. school districts to boost manufacturing education

01/16/2014 | Portland Tribune (Ore.), The

Students in two school districts in Oregon who are interested in manufacturing and engineering soon will have more opportunities to gain experience in these fields. The Oregon City School District plans to use a Next Generation Manufacturing grant of $315,388 to establish a tools and machine program at one of its schools, where students throughout the district can go for training and interaction with industry experts. The Clackamas Education Service District plans to expand manufacturing education countywide.

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