Jul 25, 2017
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Amid perceptions that manufacturing is yesterday's work, educators and industry leaders say central Massachusetts' identity as a region that makes things remains intact. Innovation and production abound, they said, fueled by the area's diverse and talented workforce.
But just as the regional manufacturing industry thrives on the local educational infrastructure that is training those workers, it is also dependent on it.
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