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Thirty-five students from 13 Louisville area high schools this month began spending parts of their weekday afternoons in a new training program at software development company Interapt to learn about coding to prepare them for careers in technology.
Multiple sources told Insider that Louisville's executive-only group was modeled after Nashville's Agenda Steering Committee, so Insider Louisville decided to find out more about the group SCALA aims to emulate, as well as similar groups in other cities.
Education, business and civic leaders on Tuesday celebrated The Academies of Louisville, a new approach that partners 11 Louisville high schools with businesses to better prepare students for skills essential for jobs, from nursing to carpentry and flying aircraft.
At invitation-only meetings during the last seven months, prominent Louisville power brokers have discussed issues including public safety, air service and — with recent urgency — the state’s potential intervention in or takeover of Jefferson County Public Schools.
Ten influential local health care CEOs have formed a council through which they hope to lure talent, speak with a unified voice — and leverage their capabilities to turn Louisville into a Medicare Mecca.