NJ Vocational Schools Turning Away Students


Atlantic and Cape May counties’ vocational high schools are turning away hundreds of students as the demand for comprehensive, career-driven education has grown. Vocational schools now host full-time, project-based programs in fields such as engineering, marine science and performing arts designed to prepare students for both jobs and college.

Vocational schools becoming more popular, must turn away hundreds who apply for admission

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