La. students get out of the classroom for career education

10/29/2013 | Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.), The

Some Louisiana students are learning about more than academics through a new state career-training program. Under the Course Choice program, about 2,500 high-school students spend part of their day in traditional classroom settings, and the rest learn technical job skills, including training for electricians and welders. The program seeks to expand job training through nontraditional classes.

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