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July 21st, 2004

High school goes high tech

Planners from two of the region's BOCES organizations, Capital Region and Questar III, have come up with an ambitious plan for a 400-student, $30 million Tech Valley High School, whose curriculum would include intensive internships and other projects with local high-tech firms. Students, who would get into the school through a lottery and would come from the 48 districts in the BOCES service areas, could work in a variety of fields, including nanotechnology, biosciences, energy, computer and material sciences.


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