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OETA, THE NEWS NETWORK - The message Aug. 23 at the state's first STEM Summit was improving and retaining educational opportunities and interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math to stay competitive in a new economy.
Tony Hise, Gordon Cooper Technology Center HVAC/GSHP student
GCTC GSHP training unit, piping loops and flush cart.
GCTC flush and purge unit
Oklahoma CareerTech Energy and CAD Program Specialist Jim Bullington and Gordon Cooper Technology Center HVACR Instructor Jerry Pickering examine connections on a flush cart donated to the program by Geo-Enterprises of Catoosa, Oklahoma. (Photo by Janet F. Reeder)
Interview the newly appointed Secretary of Education and Workforce Development, Oklahoma CareerTech Director Robert Sommers.