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New technology program debuts this fall in schools

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Over the past 25 years, the number of nonacademic science and engineering jobs has increased 159 percent and with an aging workforce nearing retirement, more jobs will open up, according to District 833 curriculum advisers.

To better prepare students for additional schooling in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the district is testing new science courses this fall at Woodbury and Oltman junior high schools.

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Judy Spooner is the longest-serving staff writer at the South Washington County Bulletin. Spooner, who covers education and features in addition to writing a weekly column, has been with the newspaper for over 30 years.
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