N.Y. districts design shop classes for the 21st century

03/13/2014 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

IPads, 3D printers and computer hardware have taken the place of traditional tools used in woodworking, metalworking and printmaking classes in some school districts in New York, as schools redesign their career and technical education curricula to teach 21st-century skills. In one school, students are learning about hardware, routers and Internet connections needed to set up a computer network.

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