New Wyo. high school allows students to set career paths

10/7/2012 | Star-Tribune (Casper, Wyo.)

Officials in a Wyoming school district are consulting with area businesses on how best to teach academics, as well as jobs skills, at a new high school. Students enrolled in the school will be placed in an academy focused on a career path, which may change and will determine students' classes and school work. The goal, officials say, is for academic lessons to be taught with consideration of students' career interests, ranging from photography and engineering to agriculture and geography.

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Star-Tribune (Casper, Wyo.)

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