$2 million could create high-school IT program in Wash. state

04/5/2011 | KIMA-TV (Yakima, Wash.)

High schools in Washington state could get a $30 million technology-training program for $2 million, if legislators approve a deal between the state and Microsoft. The proposal, which would create a statewide academy to provide IT training and certification for students, is the focus of a House legislative work session today.

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