Students learn high-tech job skills at Mich. school

10/7/2013 | Hechinger Report, The

Students at a Michigan high school can enroll in a specialty program in which they use technology to build skills that can be used in the automotive and military industries. Students in the program take classes at their home campus part of the day, then take electives, such as multimedia, engineering or mechatronics, at an offsite center.

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