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Career Tech Update



Career Tech Update is a daily source of news and information about career and technical education programs that will help you manage your programs smarter, teach more effectively, and engage students in their futures. Each issue of Career Tech Update is a round up of news from around the country that addresses specific disciplines and issues related to career and technical education. Covered topics include soft skills, workforce trends, policy, funding and more.

Career Tech Update is free to ACTE members. Non-members are welcome to subscribe ($139/yr, sent each weekday)!

Career Tech Update Information

Career Tech Update is an ACTE member benefit. If you have a question about your receipt of this publication, please contact ACTE at 800-826-9972, or send e-mail to Lourdes Jatico.

Individuals who are not members can subscribe to Career Tech Update for $139/yr. If you would like to subscribe, please fill out the subscription form, call ACTE at 800-826-9972 or e-mail Lourdes Jatico.

Editorial Comments: Lina Perez
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Webmaster: Brian Jenkins 

Career Tech Update is sent each weekday by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), 1410 King St., Alexandria, VA 22314.

© 2014 Association for Career and Technical Education for Association-related material. All other material in Career Tech Update Copyright © 2008 by U.S. News Custom Briefings, 12021 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 110 Reston, Virginia, 20190. All rights reserved. Reproduction of this publication in whole or in part without the express prior written permission of ACTE or U.S. News Custom Briefings is strictly forbidden and is a violation of copyright law. Annual subscription fee: $139.

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