State plan boosts enrollment in career, technical programs

01/30/2014 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

High-school students in Kansas have access to free training at career and technical schools under a program launched by state leaders last year. So far, about 6,000 students have taken part in the program, which gives students access to college credit and industry certifications. The program seeks to boost graduates with technical training in high-need careers, such as certified nursing assistants, automotive technicians and computer-support technicians.

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