Officials hope career academies will better prepare students:

07/12/2009 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Officials in a Florida district are building facilities in existing high schools for students who are more interested in career training than a college education. Officials say the career academies will make education more exciting and relevant to students interested in fields such as construction, engineering and e-commerce.

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