N.C. high school aims to ease shortage of health care workers

03/21/2006 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Wake Early College of Health and Sciences, a new Raleigh, N.C., high school opening this fall, will offer a five-year program to grant students a high school diploma and an associate degree in health care at no extra cost. Graduates will then be able to move on to four-year schools or directly enter the field as physical therapy assistants, registered nurses or radiology technicians.

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