By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on November 4, 2013 1:46 PM
Charles B. Aycock High School freshman Todd Jessie places clip art on a page during Microsoft IT Academy. The program is offered at six public high schools in the county. Wayne County Public Schools leads the region in certifications earned by students since the program was introduced three years ago.
A Charles B. Aycock High School business class student tests different fonts as he learns word processing software.
In the three years since the launch of Microsoft IT Academies in high schools around the country, North Carolina students and teachers have earned more than 100,000 professional certifications through the program and Wayne County Public Schools has proven to...
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