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The group is further committed to placing a greater emphasis on CTE programming as an avenue of college and career readiness for all students.

  1. Any violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action, including, but not necessarily limited to required participation in a rehabilitation program, suspension from duties or dismissal from employment.
  2. Jesuit education for centuries, but still responsive to the evershifting needs of its students and the communities of which they are a part.
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Training shall help counselors identify and develop tools and resources related to postsecondary education, and best practices in working with families and transitioning students.

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General obligation debt is rated AAA by Standard Poor's and Fitch IBCA and Aa1. The unemployment rate has continued to decline from elevated levels associated with the Great Recession and real GDP is on the rise.