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38 Pennsylvania Career and Technical Centers Receive Funding for Equipment Upgrades

first_imgA W Beattie Career Center$30,776 November 28, 2018 Lebanon County CTC$16,860 Parkway West CTC$24,080 Berks CTC$27,925 Bucks County Technical High School$50,000 SUN Area Technical Institute$40,850 Franklin County CTC$26,000 Eastern Westmoreland CTC$22,702 Eastern Center for Arts & Technology$8,813 Lehigh Career & Technical Institute$50,000 Crawford County CTC$45,585 CTC of Lackawanna County$16,733 Keystone Central CTC$3,720 North Montco Tech Career Center$50,000 Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center$32,785 Lancaster County CTC$49,729 Greater Johnstown CTC$35,517 38 Pennsylvania Career and Technical Centers Receive Funding for Equipment Upgrades Schuylkill Technology Centers$23,977 Lenape Tech$7,248 Monroe Career & Tech Inst$42,835 Warren County AVTS$19,000 Fayette County Career & Technical Institute$48,329 Butler County AVTS$6,500 Mercer County Career Center$37,591 Middle Bucks Institute of Technology$44,290 Dauphin County Technical School$40,100 Susquehanna County CTC$13,355 Greater Altoona CTC$49,800 Upper Bucks County Technical School$43,226 Central PA Institute of Science & Technology$50,000 York Co School of Technology$45,000 Northern Westmoreland CTC$2,000 Central Westmoreland CTC$15,089 Clarion County Career Center$1,600 Economy,  Education,  Innovation,  PAsmart,  Press Release,  Schools That Teach Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) is awarding nearly $1.2 million in competitive grants to 38 career and technical centers and area vocational technical education schools to purchase new equipment that will give students hands-on training for careers needed by local employers.“There is incredible demand for skilled workers in communities throughout Pennsylvania,” said Governor Wolf. “This equipment will help students get the training they need for good jobs in their local communities. This will further strengthen our talented and educated workforce and continue to bring jobs to Pennsylvania while making our economy stronger.”The maximum grant allowed under the program is $50,000, and each grant must be matched dollar-for-dollar from a local source which could include local school funds or contributions from businesses and industry partners.“To prepare students for the 21st century jobs that are driving the Pennsylvania economy, schools need to offer students hands-on training on equipment that is consistent with industry standards,” Education Secretary Pedro A. Rivera said. “These grants, which require a local match, help institutions around the state train their students for the jobs that exist in their local community.”Investing in job training is a priority for Governor Wolf. In addition to these grants, the governor secured an additional $10 million for career and technical education in the 2018-19 state budget – the first increase in 10 years. The governor also launched PAsmart, a $30 million investment in science and technology education, apprenticeships and job training. Through competitive grants, PAsmart will help workers and students get the skills for good, middle-class jobs.Learn more about PAsmart and other programs helping Pennsylvanians get skills needed in the workforce at pa.gov/guides/working-training-pa.The recipients of a 2018-19 Competitive CTE Equipment Grant include: Career Institute of Technology$19,000 Venango Technology Center$21,255 Western Montgomery CTC$44,750 Reading Muhlenberg CTC$50,000 For more information about Pennsylvania’s education policies and programs please visit the Department of Education’s website at www.education.pa.gov or follow PDE on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Clippers snap slump, thrash LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers

first_imgThe Clippers put together a vintage performance, at least by this season’s standards, dominating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on their homecourt, snapping their losing streak with a 113-94 win.It’s the first time the Clippers have ever beaten James on his home floor, and just Doc Rivers’ second win against Cleveland.A blowout win against the NBA’s defending champs in their building certainly helps wash the stink off a three-game losing streak. But more importantly, it was how the Clippers played, recapturing the same energy and defensive togetherness that ran the San Antonio Spurs off their home floor in early November.Luc Mbah a Moute harassed James in a 5-for-14 shooting night, DeAndre Jordan controlled the glass with 15 rebounds and Blake Griffin and Chris Paul acted as the primary playmakers, combining for 20 assists.Cleveland, as a team, had just 12 assists against 18 turnovers. CLEVELAND >> Three-straight losses meant nearly a week’s worth of questions about the Clippers and their mental state.Had they lost who they were as a basketball team? Why couldn’t they defend? Did they let their early-season success get to their heads?And 48 minutes in at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland provided a brand new batch.Are they really this good? How did they bounce back this strongly from adversity? Where did this energy and focus come from? J.J. Redick scored 21 points in the first half to keep the Clippers tight while Paul and Griffin struggled to find their own shots. And by the time those two got going a little in the third quarter, the Clippers had blown the game open.The Clippers went on a 8-0 run to start the second half, forcing Cleveland to take a pair of timeouts, and the Cavaliers never recovered.While Cleveland’s big three – James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love – combined for 60 points, only Richard Jefferson scored more than five, with the Cavs’ role players totally neutralized.The Clippers finish a six-game road trip Friday in New Orleans.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more