Rural students learn about high-tech career options
Jul 3, 12:00 AM
In the past, West Carroll Superintendent Richie Strong said, SCA money was almost entirely used for dual enrollment in academic courses, but Louisiana Superintendent John White saw a need to make the money available for technical training. Students from each district signed on for the camps, which gave them an opportunity to learn coding and be exposed to humanities requirements. The teens will finish with a credit in Cyber Literacy I. About 20 signed on in East Carroll and almost 30 did in West Carroll.
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