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A government grant is helping 30 unemployed IT professionals in Georgia start new careers as high school computer science teachers, Computerworld reports. With a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the Georgia Institute of Technology's College of Computing has launched "Operation Reboot." The program pairs a laid-off IT professional with an existing high school teacher for at least one year, "allowing the IT professional to learn the ins and outs of a classroom, and the teacher to get an education in IT," the college said in a statement. The IT professionals will receive an initial teaching certificate with
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