[caption id="attachment_118000" align="alignleft" width="150"] On average, students enrolled in CTE programs showed better attendance and grades than their peers[/caption]

High school students in Florida who took at least one technology course and industry certification exam had higher attendance rates and GPAs, on average, than students with similar backgrounds who did not take such a course, a new study finds.

Just what this means is unclear, but the researchers who conducted the study surmise that students who take technology classes preparing them with real-world skills might be more engaged in school.

While the findings...

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