Does the future of emergency management lie in a high school?
from Emergency Management
A new high school in New York City that integrates emergency management into core curriculum could produce the next generation of emergency managers while helping professionalize the field. On Sept. 9, about 120 ninth-graders will start their high school education in the new Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management. A nonprofit organization, Urban Assembly is a network of public schools in New York City that aims to provide students with traditional education combined with technical skills and real-world experiences.
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