Adobe blog discusses how integration of CTE in schools (versus CTE in off-campus programs) exposes more students to digital media skills

Many use Adobe publishing programs in media production classes.

Qualified Career and Technical Education teachers often have budgets to purchase Adobe Creative Cloud licenses, or perhaps are still getting along with older versions that use DVDs to install InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator, for example, on their newspaper labs hard drives.

However, some schools like the Davis School District in Farmington, Utah, purchase district-wide licenses so all students can learn digital media skills.  Below are links to the story.

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