Ga. partners with Microsoft on high-school program

09/13/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

Georgia is joining five other states to offer a Microsoft IT Academy program in high schools. Students will get hands-on technology training and certification opportunities through the partnership with Microsoft. John Barge, superintendent of schools in Georgia, said the goal is to "produce a technology-savvy workforce."

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