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The November/December issue of Techniques provides theoretical and practical knowledge of how to eliminate barriers and ensure access to high-quality CTE for all students.

ACTE Stands in Solidarity

ACTE condemns institutional racism in all of its forms and believes in social justice and civil rights.  Events in the last year have focused on societal issues—first affecting our Black Community and now, regrettably, Asian Americans.  As an organization, we continue to reaffirm our existing statement:

ACTE promotes high quality CTE programs for diverse audiences. We continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports and celebrates the diversity of the CTE community. We are committed to inclusion, access, equity, and diversity throughout our organization.

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94%

94% of students concentrating in CTE graduated high school—9% higher than the overall U.S. graduation rate.

$10,000

Individuals with associate degrees in CTE fields can earn up to $10,000 more per year than those with associate degrees in other fields.

30M

There are about 30 million “good jobs”—jobs that pay a median income of $55,000 or more and require education below a bachelor’s degree.

89%

89% of manufacturers face talent shortages, with 60% reporting a high or very high impact on productivity.

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