Athens, Ga.– Grady Newsource 15 reporter Kimberly Johnson spoke with a Cedar Shoals nine-grader about the school’s new initiative to have students choose a career path. This comes after House Bill 186 was passed in 2011, requiring all public high school students in Georgia to pick an area of interest in one of the state-approved career clusters. The goal of the program is to get high school students to start thinking about applying chat they learn in the classroom to real world situations. Pathway Day will be this Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
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