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Time will tell. The assumption is with a business background, the new Secretary would have an appreciation for CTE as a major player in student's educational experience. It is difficult to determine the direction of the administration elect group.I do think major funding will go to Charter Schools and Vouchers. As far as I know from the information released on the potential new appointees, the majority went to private school as well as their children. That does not necessarily bode well for the public schools.

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