Technical Education Fills Important Need in NH

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Courtesy: NH DOE

On a tour of the Concord Regional Technical Center, state and national officials learn about the welding program at Concord High School.

By Roger Wood, IndepthNH

There’s no question that New Hampshire, with its growing population and low unemployment, needs trained workers in the trades.

Recently, a group from the National Governors’ Association, along with state education officials, toured the Concord Regional Technical Center, along with the Lakes Region Community College.

New Hampshire is  one of only six states that the NGA group is looking at.  Roger Wood spoke with the state’s Deputy Commissioner of Education Christine Brennan, along with the director of the CRTC Steve Rothenberg for this report.

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