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Funding for high school freshmen vocational programs may be coming for Kingman students

Lee Williams High School students work on a car in their automotive class. A bill before the Arizona Legislature would restore partial funding for freshmen taking Career and Technical Education courses through the Joint Technical Education District, or JTED.
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Lee Williams High School students work on a car in their automotive class. A bill before the Arizona Legislature would restore partial funding for freshmen taking Career and Technical Education courses through the Joint Technical Education District, or JTED.

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