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February 28, 2013 3:20 PM

Joe Ontjes: WATC delivers education that works

Roughly eight years ago, Sedgwick County officials and business leaders envisioned a high-tech, high-wage career pipeline that would prepare students for high-demand jobs. Today, that vision is a reality as Wichita Area Technical College emerges as a national leader in modern technical education.

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