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Home State of Georgia Is First State to Adopt the National Educational Initiative

LIMM News | Home State of Georgia Is First State to Adopt the National Educational Initiative February 18, 2015 – Atlanta, Georgia – Governor Nathan Deal, Celebrity John Ratzenberger and Georgia Educational leaders will come together Wednesday, February 18th at 9:45 AM at the Georgia State Capitol to announce that Georgia is adopting and implementing the National Educational Initiative,

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Actor John Ratzenberger touts $1M try to boost U.S. manufacturing

The Washington Times | Actor John Ratzenberger touts $1M try to boost U.S. manufacturing By Cheryl K. Chumley Actor John Ratzenberger, best known for his role as know-it-all postal worker Cliff Clavin on “Cheers,” took to Atlanta on Wednesday to announce with Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal with a million-dollar campaign to bolster U.S. manufacturing. Mr. Ratzenberger

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Gov. Deal announces initiative to teach children about manufacturing

Gwinnett Daily | Gov. Deal announces initiative to teach children about manufacturing By Joshua Sharpe Gov. Nathan Deal announced Wednesday that Georgia is implementing the National Educational Initiative, a program which is promoted locally in large part by a prominent Gwinnett couple and aims to educate students on the importance of manufacturing. Georgia becomes the first

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“Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John Ratzenberger donates $1 million to bring shop classes to Georgia schools

UBM Connect | “Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John Ratzenberger donates $1 million to bring shop classes to Georgia schools By Clare Goldsberry Remember back when we baby boomers were in high school and there were classes in shop and VoAg (vocational agriculture)? Over the past few decades, we've seen an almost complete elimination of

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Georgia Gets $1 Million To Push Careers In Manufacturing

Public Broadcasting Atlanta | Georgia Gets $1 Million To Push Careers In Manufacturing By Michele Wirth Georgia’s partnering with a private nonprofit to get more students interested in manufacturing jobs. Listen here: http://lifeismymovie.com/wp-content/uploads/manufacturing1234.mp3 Georgia got a million dollar check from the National Education Initiative on Wednesday. During the next school year, middle and high school

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