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Jessica Hurd drills holes in a measuring device at Buhler Inc. in Plymouth, Minn. Friday, March 28, 2014. Hurd, who's father has worked at the technology and manufacturing company for 35 years, is a second-year apprentice at Buhler. The apprenticeship program is held in conjunction with Dunwoody College of Technology and offers students an alternative to a bachelor's degree.

Officials say Minnesota needs more vocational students to build the future

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After years of urging students to go to college for four years, Minnesota’s education leaders are rethinking that push for a bachelor's degree.

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More vocational education, they say, just might be the ticket for the state’s workforce.

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