7/19/2012

Video: Perspectives on Cardinal Manufacturing

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An innovative high school vocational manufacturing program has students doing production work for paying customers.

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Cardinal Manufacturing in Strum, Wisconsin is a high school vocational manufacturing program that operates as a commercial business. Students in the program make parts for paying customers. In this video, hear comments from the teacher and students, as well as school officials and graduates of the program. The video was created for Modern Machine Shop by Todd Schuett and Paul LoPiccolo of Creative Technology Corporation. Read more about the school in this article.

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