Obama lauds P-Tech as example of stellar vocational school

A Brooklyn high school received national recognition during the president's State of the Union address last night. President Barack Obama mentioned the school, known as

President Barack Obama mentioned the school in his State of the Union address last night.

President Barack Obama mentioned the school in his State of the Union address last night. (2/13/13)

CROWN HEIGHTS - A Brooklyn high school received national recognition during the president's State of the Union address last night.

President Barack Obama mentioned the school, known as P-Tech (Pathways in Technology: Early College High School), when discussing advancements in education.

"We actually build as a six-year model, with the expectation to simultaneously complete the high school diploma and an associates in applied science," says Rashid Davis, the school's principal.

Davis also says that nearly a third of his students are already in college level courses, and that the high accolades are beyond flattering since P-Tech is only in its second year.
 

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