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President Obama boards Air Force One. / Jose Luis Magana, AP

President Obama wraps up two days of post-State of the Union travel on Thursday with visits to Wisconsin and Tennessee.

The main topics: Job training and education.

During a trip to a General Electric gas engines plant near Milwaukee, Obama will sign an order authorizing a government-wide review of federal job training programs. Vice President Biden will supervise the review.

After the Wisconsin stop, Obama will travel to Tennessee to speak at McGavock High School in Nashville. Obama will discuss education plans he raised during Tuesday night's State of the Union Address.

On Wednesday, Obama visited Maryland to campaign for a minimum wage hike, and Pennsylvania to talk about retirement savings.

Obama is also likely to discuss gun violence during the trip to Nashville. Grief counselors at the school are helping students cope with the off-campus shooting of a 15-year-old by a 17-year-old classmate.

The president returns to the White House on Thursday night.



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