Students getting crack at computer coding in classes now offered at Nyssa, Vale and Adrian

Instructor Tom Whaley holds up the new switch – hardware that can connect all of the classroom computers to a single local network – his students will install during the class period. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

NYSSA — Federal officials project there will be a need in the coming years for more than a half a million workers skilled in programming, wiring and computer technology – all skills Nyssa, Vale and Adrian high school . . .

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