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Winners of Ohio Career Technical Education Equipment Grants announced

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced on March 4 the recipients of the Career Technical Education Equipment Grant Program which will expand career technical education access to an additional 10,345 students across the state.


The funding helps schools purchase up-to-date equipment so they can better prepare students to be career-ready upon graduation.


“Investing in our schools is an investment into our students’ futures,” said Governor DeWine. “Allowing more schools to purchase equipment so they can train more students will set them and our state up for success.”


Through the Career Technical Education Equipment Grant Program, 56 schools will receive grants totaling more than $67.7 million, expanding career technical education access to an additional 10,345 Ohio students. Recipients will use the funding to purchase new equipment for career technical and compact schools across Ohio for various programs including engineering, manufacturing, health sciences, construction, and more.




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