Amazon is quietly funding high school classes that teach students how to work at Amazon. Students at San Bernardino’s Cajon High School have been offered a series of “Amazon Pathways” courses sponsored by the company since 2019. The courses feature a curriculum that teaches them, among other things, how to motivate employees without giving them raises, while also increasing worker efficiency. Students enrolled in the classes are also required to do “work-based” internships at Amazon or a different logistics company. San Bernardino County and neighboring Riverside County are home to 14 fulfillment centers, two air hubs, and more than 40,000 Amazon employees. The region’s employee count has also doubled in just the past four years, Motherboard noted. . . .