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January 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Bruce Maiman: Linking schools with business partners

What’s needed is a one-stop shopping bridge linking schools and employers. Thus, schools won’t have to contact employers to find the ones offering apprentice programs, and companies won’t have to go to 1,000 schools to find out which ones are training students in a given field.

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