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Students at the School of Career and Technical Education at New Albany High School are learning marketable skills and practical applications to solve a drainage problem at the school.
Earl Richards, director of School of Career and Technical Education, said, "Every time it rains here, the water will build up to three inches of rain at the bottom of the stairs leading into the building. Students would complain about having to walk through water every time they came to class."
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