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“Our belief from being in the education profession and knowing what colleges are looking for is that every student will need some kind of post secondary ed,” Pondolfino said.In some cases, the student will graduate job-ready from the high school in some form, he added.
“This could impact graduation rates, getting kids who in 9th grade are disenfranchised, not buying into high school,” Agosti-Gisler said.That message came from Tam Agosti-Gisler, president of the Anchorage School Board, at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Make it Monday Forum Jan. The discussion centered on how programs are aimed at creating a more literate workforce and increasing Alaska high school graduation rates.Superintendent Deena Bishop, Best Beginning’s Direct Abby Hensley, United Way Director Michelle Brown and Agosti-Gisler talked about education programs that are making good strides for K-12.A new technical vocational high school planned for Anchorage could involve hundreds of new partnership opportunities for local businesses to help shape an emerging workforce.Plans for the King Career Center, to be expanded and renamed the Martin Luther King Jr.“We are looking for juniors who have at least 11 credits and for seniors who have 16 credits,” Pondolfino said.
They also need to have a 90 percent attendance record and a 2.0 GPA or better. If any one of the items are not met, then an interview can lead a student into the school,” Pondolfino said.
“There has been a lot of support, from the school board, the district and from the Education Commissioner (Michael Johnson),” Agosti-Gisler said.
KCC Principal Lou Pondolfino said students will be selected in a two-step process: their names must be chosen in a lottery system that can accept 300 students, and they will need to fill out an application.
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The process for approving these changes was first read in a proposal before the Anchorage School Board Jan.