LCCC Pathfinder file

A woman walks under the blue arches outside the Pathfinder Building on Laramie County Community College's campus on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, in Cheyenne. Jacob Byk/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

CHEYENNE – The state’s new plan to administer federal dollars for career and technical education is still a month or so from being released for public comment.

But the business and education community that’s worked to develop the plan already are touting how reforms will help create a better workforce for the future.

Ramsey Scott is the Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s state government reporter. He can be reached at 307-633-3124 or rscott@wyomingnews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @RamseyWyoming.

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