Governor Announces $75 Million Career Education Proposal
March 23, 2021 – Gov. Ron DeSantis has proposed a new $75 million investment for two
initiatives that could help Eastern Florida State College students and others around
the state gain careers in high-tech and other in-demand fields.
DeSantis announced the plan Monday during a visit to Brevard County, saying it would
expand access and enrollment in quality Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses,
postsecondary credentials, and work-based learning programs.
Gov. DeSantis announces a $75 million Career and Technical Education intiative at
Eau Gallie High School’s airplane hangar. Photo Credit: Malcolm Denemark, floridatoday.com
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