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August 21, 2014 11:29 AM

Stanislaus County teachers test themselves, take summer jobs

Teachers who took assignments rather than giving them out this summer will bring new know-how back to the classroom this year, fresh links of book learning and job skills, and, many said, a renewed sense of purpose. The 35, most high school teachers, had business internships through Stanislaus Partners in Education. Monday they debriefed, sharing what they gained in their 40-hour placements.

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