Administrators at Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology said they’re always looking to be on the forefront of providing the real world with career-ready employees.

That’s why they’re going to review a set of proposed enhanced standards with their board, committee members and stakeholders to make sure the recommendations are met in a way that benefits the student and the employer.

It was sparked in late November when two state representatives announced they have been working on a set of standards to help improve career technical education and job preparedness.

 It’s a way to “better develop future generations for the workforce, which will serve to improve Pennsylvania’s economy,” state Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, said.
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