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Author(s):D'Amico, C
Title:The secondary and technical education excellence act of 2003: Overview for FY 2004 budget release
Short Description:Outlines the need for more demanding high school curriculum requirements, and stronger partnerships between high schools and community and techical colleges.
Annotation:This document outlines the need for more demanding high school curriculum requirements. In addition, community and technical colleges need to play a greater role in collaboration with high schools to make technical programs of study widely available to students.
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Career and Technical Education
Community Colleges
High School
National Perspectives

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