CTE to make comeback at Lorain City Schools.
Starting in the fall, career and technical education will return to Lorain Admiral King High School and Lorain Southview High School. Each school will offer four programs with each program lasting two years. According to Richard Moreck, director of College and Professional Pathways, the classes will be one 90-minute scheduling block for the students, and they will receive two credits during their junior and senior year.
Lorain Admiral will offer business management; teaching professions; career-based intervention; and heating, ventilation and cooling. Lorain Southview's four programs are: teaching professions, career-based intervention, welding and a music studio. Officials expect to link college credit with teaching professions and welding during the first year, with additional programs to follow. The district anticipates biomedical science and health science technology programs in the future.
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|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||May 1, 2008|
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