Dorchester Career School director disputes need for high school training centers
SUMMERVILLE — Dorchester County Career and Technology Center is disputing the need for new career and technology programs in Dorchester District 2 Schools’ three high schools.
The programs would be paid by more than $40 million of a $180 million bond referendum sought by the district. District officials say they are needed to handle an overflow of student interest in training for fields from culinary arts to aerospace engineering.
But the career center’s director says courses the school offers in some of those fields are only half full.
Read more in tomorrow’s The Post and Courier.