Push for technical workers drives career education

As baby boomers retire and states seek to attract technology companies, lawmakers and companies are increasingly looking to high schools to help ensure a tech-savvy workforce. States such as California and Florida are creating career academies aimed at preparing high school graduates for well-paying technical jobs.

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