Students at the Roy J. Wasson Academic Campus can earn credentials in the automotive industry before graduation as part of the D-11 workforce skills classes.
Students at the Roy J. Wasson Academic Campus can earn credentials in the automotive industry before graduation as part of the D-11 workforce skills classes.

The region’s educational landscape is undergoing purposeful change, and those changes could mean a better-prepared workforce. In a growing number of communities, to include Colorado Springs, nontraditional educational opportunities have expanded conventional learning, which has been criticized for turning out students with a vast array of basic knowledge but few applicable, real-world skills. Some experts […]

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