With so many information technology (IT) jobs unfilled nationwide each year, schools are teaming up with computer corporations to develop programs that will teach those skills to high school students who wish to enter the work force immediately instead of attending college.

The short-term financial benefits are exceedingly attractive—salaries above $50,000 per year for network administrators with a year of experience—but educators say the headlong rush into these training programs carries some downside, too.


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