Teaching students Real World 101

Two students will spend time next summer at an Indianapolis manufacturing company, seeing how the lessons they learned in their math and science classes are used to produce tooling and aircraft ground support equipment.

Their teachers already will have spent a week learning from other manufacturers about how to best prepare teens for careers in the industry.

The student internships and teacher training sessions are being paid for with a $126,900 career and technical education grant awarded by the state to the Central Nine Career Center.

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