More than 20 carpentry students got the practical experience and a low-income family will get a home, thanks to the Career and Technical Education program at Louisa County High School in Virginia. Their partner, Fluvanna Louisa Housing Foundation, has received at least 30 applications for the three-bedroom house. CTE director Bo Bundrick says it is learning beyond the textbook. “You have to problem-solve.... You’ll need to be able to work together and collaborate.” It is the second house built by CTE students.

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