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Shelby County Public Schools, in its continued push to ensure that students are college or career ready when they graduate, will require all students to take vocational classes early in their high school careers.
Superintendent James Neihof, in his report Thursday to the Shelby County School Board, outlined this new approach as he discussed the vision administrators had presented to the board about striving for college readiness and the ideas proposed for career readiness.
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