As clean energy jobs soar across the state, Wisconsin schools are helping their students break into the industry while cutting energy use in school buildings.

A new resolution, which heads to the Milwaukee School Board for a vote Thursday, would push the district to cut greenhouse gas emissions 45 percent by 2030 by investing in clean energy projects and making school buildings more energy efficient.

School Board President Bob Peterson, school board directors and community leaders spoke at a press conference Tuesday, saying the resolution would help the environment and assist students in finding careers in clean energy.

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