The District of Columbia has allocated $2.8 million to allow eight high schools to develop nine career academies in 2014. The purpose of the career academies is to help students develop skills necessary for the workforce. The career academies will also offer internships and training to students in hospitality, engineering, and information technology.
Eight D.C. Schools Receive Planning Grants to Establish Career Academies
The Washington Post
Story Published Date:
Wednesday, September 4, 2013