Train earlier, work smarter 

And what better ways to fix the problem than starting in public schools?

CareerTech
and the Department of Career and Technology Education are asking for
$35 million more funding. Nearly all of that would head directly into
schools for “performance-based” funding.

“A
job for every Oklahoman and a workforce for every company,” NewsOK
reported Sommers saying at a recent Capitol news conference.

Not a bad idea.

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