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This site will focus on Fayette County PA school districts and a recent name change which might show the direction the districts are headed regarding adoption of a change in the way the districts handle vocational-technical education in the near future.

The site will also focus on Fay-Penn Economic Development Council, and its efforts promoting building a new $50 million complex to house a new approach to secondary school vocational technical training which will include on-site training of post-secondary students in core programs called STEM.

If private monies were being used for this undertaken there would be no objection to the effort.

However, that is not the Fay Penn way.

The economic development organization intends to seek local property tax monies obtained from participating school districts, and a consortium would run the complex.

 

Fayette County, PA

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Operating since 1965 as the Fayette County Area Vocational-Technical School, the facility will now be referred to as the Fayette County Area Career and Technical Institute, a change vo-tech officials believe will help businesses better identify with the school's programs.

http://www.heraldstandard.com/news/local_news/article_5df787f4-41a7-599b-a4e9-40560fe2d74b.html

Headquarters * Fayette County * Uniontown * PA * 15401

Not Enough Said @ This will track the ongoing effort to change a jointly taxpayers'-funded area high-school vocational-technical school into something other than a 4-year adjunct to academic skill building.  The new approach includes using local property tax monies for the education and training of post secondary students and further investigation is needed to determine exactly what the (formerly named Fayette County Area Vocational-Technical School) Fayette County Area Career and Technical Institute (new name)   Innovation and Workforce Development Center's Mission Statement really means