New Washington law aims to beef up skilled work force

04/3/2008 | Seattle Times, The

More Washington state students will be able to explore trades during high school under a new law that aims to better prepare new graduates to move directly to apprenticeships or community college training. Some $100 million will be used to expand regional campuses that allow students to take specialized courses in such fields as aerospace manufacturing, computer networking and health care.

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