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Rob Portman May 14
Always a pleasure to meet w/ . I’m grateful for her tireless efforts in championing & workforce development and am thankful for her support of my bipartisan to ensure short-term CTE programs are more affordable & accessible for low-income students.
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David May 11
Opportunities to earn industry certifications that create opportunities for ALL! Way to go ladies of GreenupATC!
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Advance CTE May 10
Who is the student? Your first thought may be associated with a past perception of CTE programs. Read this article to learn who CTE learners are today! (via )
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SkillsUSA 17h
Participation in career and technical student organizations raises students' academic motivation and engagement, grades, career self-efficacy, college aspirations and employability.
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Amatrol Inc. May 13
The school year's about to wrap, so how do your keep learning? These students might give you some ideas with their maintenance and safety checks:
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NAPE May 11
How Aligned Is Career and Technical Education to Local Labor Markets? This report examines whether students in high school CTE programs are more likely to take courses in high-demand and/or high-wage industries, both nationally & locally.
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GCPS Academies & CTE 2h
Teacher Danielle Swaby and her dynamic seniors took their Design Lab at South Gwinnett HS to another level this year. Nine seniors earned $4,350 in scholarships through the program they helped build! Congrats to all!
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Constance Spohn 2h
1st annual partner recognition an senior signing day at Abrookin CTE Center!
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Constance Spohn 1h
Tri-City JATC honored for offering internships for Abrookin CTE students
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Constance Spohn 1h
Students signed with Tri-City JATC. Also received gifts from event sponsors at Abrookin Partner Recognition and Signing Day, Albany High. Great celebration for students. .gov
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Constance Spohn 1h
Albany CTE students sign their letters of agreement to work after high school. Thanks to the partner sponsors!
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AEI Education 57m
What policy solutions can ensure that is available to all? Chester E. Finn, Jr. and discuss on "The Report Card with ."
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Holly Jezovit 11h
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Paxton/Patterson 16m
Students learning about MANUFACTURING & MATERIALS design a custom guitar body, headstock, and tuners with College & Career Ready Labs. Learn more at
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Concussion Legacy Foundation May 17
A doctor won’t be able to tell you if you have or not, but the right type of clinician can make all the difference in getting care for potential CTE symptoms. Dr. Robert Stern, Director of Clinical Research at the BU CTE Center, explains more:
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FourPoint Education Partners 3h
2% of US secondary school students attend vocational schools, compared to 50% of German students. So what aspects of the German system for might work in the US? And how can we encourage stronger programs and partnerships with the business community?
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Carlie Harris May 16
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iCEV 21h
Featured lesson - Insurance Basics: Automobile
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Jobs for Arkansas Graduates 2h
Jobs for Arkansas Graduates offers credits to help students from learn like...tenacity!
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ISD728 Career & Technical Education May 14
Alisa Simonovich, Senior from is excelling at her optometry internship at Eye West Vision!!
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