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October 29th, 2004

Richland Receives High Marks

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Vocational Director Bill Davis also updated the board concerning endeavors to integrate nano and bio technologies into the curriculum. "We have five counties - Giles, Lawrence, Maury, Williamson and Warren - working together on this," he said, adding that Vanderbilt University has recently procured a grant to help education systems develop a nano curriculum. "I hope to get classroom speakers through Vanderbilt, as well as some help with the curriculum," Davis said.

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