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2012 Q4 Special Report Supplement: Funding and Professional Development

on December 7, 2012

An increasingly competitive global workforce is driving K-20 institutions to provide innovative specialty technologies to engage students and give them the hands-on experience needed to prepare them for careers in the 21st century. There are a number of institutions and programs in existence today that aim to address these needs. However, these initiatives need the necessary level of funding and expertise to be successful. This Funding and Professional Development Supplement to the Campus Specialty Technologies Special Report discusses funding and professional development opportunities for educational institutions looking to take advantage of these specialized tools to better prepare students for the future.



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