Columbus State University president Chris Markwood, left, and Muscogee County School District superintendent David Lewis say they are committed to growing the partnership between their institutions. They were among the approximately 200 educators who gathered Monday in CSU’s Cunningham Center for the start of the two-day E3 Conference to “engage, equip and energize” students and better prepare them for the workforce.
Columbus State University president Chris Markwood, left, and Muscogee County School District superintendent David Lewis say they are committed to growing the partnership between their institutions. They were among the approximately 200 educators who gathered Monday in CSU’s Cunningham Center for the start of the two-day E3 Conference to “engage, equip and energize” students and better prepare them for the workforce. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Columbus State University president Chris Markwood, left, and Muscogee County School District superintendent David Lewis say they are committed to growing the partnership between their institutions. They were among the approximately 200 educators who gathered Monday in CSU’s Cunningham Center for the start of the two-day E3 Conference to “engage, equip and energize” students and better prepare them for the workforce. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

CSU and MCSD work together to prepare students for jobs

October 09, 2017 3:32 PM

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