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"Newest school in Gilbert plans to teach nurses".

--The Arizona Republic, October 25, 2005

Scheduled for completion in 2007, a new high school in Gilbert, Arizona, will offer a medical magnet program as a way to draw more students to the nursing profession. The Arizona Republic notes that as a result of the partnership between local educators and hospital and university officials, after graduation from the program, students will have opportunities to enter a two-year nursing program at a community college and then complete a bachelor's degree at Arizona State University.
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Date:Jan 1, 2006
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