IBM creates first early college high school in Connecticut

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Monday, April 7, 2014

Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Connecticut’s first Pathways in Technology Early College High School will open in Norwalk in September.

Known as a P-TECH model school, the six-year academy is a collaboration with IBM, Norwalk Public Schools and Norwalk Community College.

Norwalk Early College Academy (NECA) will serve grades 9 to 14 and enable students to graduate with both a high school diploma and a no-cost Associate in Applied Science degree that will put graduates on the path to a good job.

Created by IBM and partners, P-TECH schools are innovative public schools that bring together the best elements of high school, college, and career. There are no tests or screening required for admission.

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