Career-oriented programs expand to more Dallas high schools

01/31/2010 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

An initiative offering specialized, magnet-like programs to provide students more options within traditional Dallas public high schools will expand from seven to nine schools next year. The career-pathway programs include those focused on the performing arts, public safety, science and technology and culinary arts -- all designed to provide alternatives to magnet schools for students who want to begin focusing on careers during high school. The programs will eventually be in place in all of the district's high schools.

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