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ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION®

Region I

Meet Jon Quatman

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ACTE Region I Vice President
9268 Elizabeth Lane
Mason, Ohio 45040
Phone: 513-708-3720
Email: jdquatman@yahoo.com

Occupation: Vice President 

Employment History: 1996- Present: Vice President, Dean of Instruction, Director, Great Oaks Career Campuses; 1987 – 1996: Assistant Principal, Director of Athletics, High School Mathematics Instructor, Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Forest Hills Schools, Anderson High School; 1985 – 1987: High School Economics and Middle School Mathematics Instructor, Athletic Coordinator and Basketball Coach, Lockland City Schools; 1982 – 1985, 1975 – 1978: Mathematics and Economics Instructor, Co-athletic Director, Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Boys Golf Coach, Saint Henry High School; 1978 – 1982: Mathematics and Economics Teacher, Dean of Discipline, Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Boys Golf Coach, Bishop Brossart High School

Education Background: Master of Education Degree in Educational Administration, Xavier University; Bachelor of Arts Degree in Secondary Education Mathematics, Thomas More College ; Associate of Arts Degree in Economics; Thomas More College

ACTE Division Involvement: Administration Policy Board (2004-2006); ACTE Legislative Committee Chair, ACTE Legislative Committee (2003 – 2004); State/Local Involvement: NCLA Past President (2005-2006); NCLA President (2004-2005); NCLA Vice President (2003-2004); NCLA Regional Director (2001-2003) 2005, Ohio ACTE President 2010-2011 and on the Ohio ACTE Executive Board (2009 – 2012); Ohio ACTE Administration Division President (2004 – 2005); Ohio ACTE Administration Division Past President (2005-2006); Ohio ACTE Administration Division President (2004-2005); Ohio ACTE Administration Vice President (2003-2004)

Platform Statement:

Career-technical educators have dramatically changed the face of education. First, hands-on learning with integrated academics and measurable outcomes has been proven to be an effective educational model. And, secondly, leaders now realize that students need to be prepared for a career, not just the next educational step.

Our challenge is to keep the momentum going. Region 1, by our very location and centers of population, is in the unique position to influence our national leaders to support career-technical education. To accomplish this, we must endorse two goals. We must continue to come together as a professional learning community to share best practices and improve our delivery systems. We must then speak with one voice to our legislators. We must refine our message so that we focus on encouraging legislators to support an educational system that prepares students for careers pathways. Pathways where earned credentials are the benchmark as students enter and advance in their chosen career fields.

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Region I is composed of 16 state affiliates, including Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, the Federal Department of Education, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and West Virginia. The mission of the Region is to support the efforts of the ACTE state associations in providing educational leadership in the development of a competitive workforce. Activities of the Region are focused on involving members, cultivating organizational leadership, advocating for workforce development, emphasizing professional development and promoting a collaborative network of communication.

Region I Workshops and Conferences

These meetings are being held in conjunction with ACTE's CareerTech VISION 2013.

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ACTE Calendar

Friday, December 01, 2017

Michigan ACTE’s New Career and Technical Education ​Teacher Workshop

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

ACTE's CareerTech VISION 2017

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