8/28/2019, Originally Featured in The Gazette 

“Back in my high school days, everyone wanted to drive a car, but only a few wanted to learn how to fix one. For those ambitious students, there was auto shop.

Teens today might have grown up on video games, computers and the internet, but not everyone wants to open the hood and learn to fix what’s inside. For them, there is a small but growing curriculum in Colorado Springs schools designed to encourage that interest and to deliver those students into college well on their way to certifications and degrees necessary for waiting jobs. Pretty-good paying jobs, at that, without the busted knuckles.”

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