Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is taking steps to bolster career and technical education in the state's schools. The governor is requesting $250,000 to study how K-12 and postsecondary students join the workforce, and seeking additional funding for career- and technical-education courses. "One of the things we're missing is, we're not emphasizing career and technical education enough in our state," he said.
Mich. governor's budget includes funds for career, technical education
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