Study: Students from career academies earn more than their peers

03/15/2004 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

According to a new national study being released today, boys who graduated from career academies, or vocationally-themed schools within schools, in the late 1990s earned about $2,500 more a year than non-academy graduates. Many believe the academies give urban children who would otherwise drop out a new focus and enthusiasm for school.

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