Chicago schools use career training to help fill skills gap

02/13/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

High-school students in five Chicago public schools now have more options when it comes to preparing for life after high school. The schools are offering an alternative curriculum designed in partnership with local businesses. Students who complete the program leave with technical certifications and credit toward an associate degree.

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