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March 14, 2014 12:00 AM

Friday letters: Students need career option

I work in a progressive school district that understands the needs of all kids. Career prep is a district-level “diploma,” graduating 50 to 65 students each year. These students have completed all the competency requirements, 200 hours of successful employment, the state-required health and science classes and a career and technology education class.

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