Published on February 28, 2023 at 2:26 pm
Andrew Jackson High School has classwork on cybersecurity and video-game design.
But fitting 21st century technology lessons into daily life can be tricky at an aged school in a low-income Northside Jacksonville neighborhood.
The challenge got a little easier when the school formally opened a “tech lab” where students can work on projects outside of class and information technology professionals will conduct workshops and talk with teens about how they do their jobs. The lab was funded primarily by CSI Cos., a Jacksonville-based technology staffing company.
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