A bill giving CART, the Center for Advanced Research and Technology, a permanent exemption to operate was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday. The Clovis school, operated jointly by Fresno and Clovis unified school districts, was previously required to get operating legislation every five years. CART provides career technical education for high school students in Fresno and Clovis.
A bill giving CART, the Center for Advanced Research and Technology, a permanent exemption to operate was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday. The Clovis school, operated jointly by Fresno and Clovis unified school districts, was previously required to get operating legislation every five years. CART provides career technical education for high school students in Fresno and Clovis. John Walker Fresno Bee File Photo
A bill giving CART, the Center for Advanced Research and Technology, a permanent exemption to operate was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday. The Clovis school, operated jointly by Fresno and Clovis unified school districts, was previously required to get operating legislation every five years. CART provides career technical education for high school students in Fresno and Clovis. John Walker Fresno Bee File Photo

Celebrated Clovis high school tech program secures its future with new state law

July 10, 2017 05:33 PM

UPDATED July 11, 2017 10:50 AM

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