By Sarah Terry-Cobo
The Journal Record 

Oklahoma schools get industry help for future workers


December 25, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Josh Devonshire got the best kind of education: hands-on. The advanced manufacturing student at Francis Tuttle Technology Center built equipment he likely someday will use at a job. The materials, training software and certification practice tests are all donated as part of a cooperative effort with the career tech and Siemens Industry Inc.

Instructor Danny Ware said industry partnerships are vital to students' learning because he wouldn't otherwise have the money to purchase hardware and software at retail prices. The manufacturing and oil and gas industries frequent...

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