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November 17th, 2005

Students get on fast track

Abstract:
"The businesses I'm recruiting -- nanotechnology, biotechnology, robotics, wireless communication, alternative energy -- these are all high-tech industries," said Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. "We know the schools -- especially in Asia -- are emphasizing the math and science and courses that will put their students on a more competitive basis for the jobs of tomorrow. That train is leaving the station. The time is now for us to react while we still have a chance."

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