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“From 150-odd for five, we built up the innings and put the team in a strong position,” Jadeja told reporters. “If number 7-11 batsmen can give you 50-100 runs, it’s a bonus for any team. Luckily we are doing that. “It also suggests we are not overly reliant on the top order to score those runs.” Resuming on 271-6, India needed four overs to erase the 12-run first-innings deficit before their lower order batsmen led them to a substantial lead. Ben Stokes, who produced a lion-hearted effort with the ball to claim 5-73, earned a breakthrough when he dismissed Ashwin for 72, a composed knock including 11 fours. The Ashwin-Jadeja stand was worth a match-high 97 runs and Jadeja went on to complete his third test fifty, celebrating with his trademark swirling of the bat, before accelerating and smacking four boundaries in one Chris Woakes over. JADEJA DOWNFALL Aggression proved his downfall, however, as Jadeja stepped out to Adil Rashid and holed out in the deep to depart after an entertaining 170-ball knock that included 10 fours and a six. Jadeja added 80 runs with Jayant, who made 55, his maiden test fifty. England opener Haseeb Hameed was struggling with a finger injury sustained in the first innings and Root opened the innings with Alastair Cook. Cook survived two reviews but could not capitalise, Ashwin pushing a delivery through the England captain’s defence to bowl him for 12.
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“But what has come about in the last three or four years is an influx of retirees in fields like construction, plumbing, welding and electrical work, and with the economy back on track, there’s more of a need for people who are trained in those areas.” Harrison said an increase in state funding for CTE programs also has played a role in expanding them. To encourage the growth of CTE programs, the Oregon Legislature appropriated $8.75 million over the course of the 2015-17 biennium to motivate districts across the state to provide high-quality CTE programs to qualify students for living-wage, in-demand occupations. The allocation of the funding is based on students who enrolled in such programs the previous school year and earned three or more credits in an approved CTE program. For example, if a student earns those three credits in a culinary arts program, the state would allocate a certain amount of money toward that very culinary arts program. Additional funds are allocated to programs that have students enrolled who are earning three or more credits and also are either historically under-served or who have earned an industry-recognized credential. The environmental science program at Churchill High School in the Eugene District received $18,668 from the state during the 2015-16 school year. That money will be used to supplement field trips to places such as Crater Lake, the Redwood National Forest and to pay for materials needed to properly instruct students enrolled in that study pathway. Last year, North Eugene High School received $2,000 for its woodworking program, and South Eugene High received $5,657 for its culinary arts program, state data show. In the Bethel District, Willamette High School received $15,274 for its precision production and trades program, according to the same data.
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