High Schools could get a little extra money for helping graduates, be job ready, under a bill introduced by Assembly Representative Amy Loudenbeck of Clinton. The Republican says schools would get a $1000 payment for each student graduating with a career and technical education credential. The goal is to help reinforce school district's investment in these costly programs. Recently Loudenbeck toured the updated Career and Technical Education Progam at Beloit Memorial High School. She called it a leader in the 31st Assembly District.