Building a New Maine ACTE
October 15, 2013
Carol was involved in this presentation at the 2013 Maine CTE Conference.
Our panelists, led by Dave Keaton, presented the work we have done thus far in developing a draft Constitution and Bylaws for our proposed state ACTE chapter. Maine is currently a non-unified state, and it is the goal of this group to inform instructors of the overview of what we have been doing, as well as the history of ACTE in our state. I was able to speak about the benefits of ACTE affiliation at a personal level, which included the past year as an ACTE Fellow. The facilitating group then explained the challenges we face and the assistance we will need from our states CTE instructors to continue moving toward the goal of a state chapter of ACTE.
Educators in Action
Literacy + CTE = College and Career Readiness
Each year, I always like to step outside my box and attend a
professional development training that does not specifically relate to
my career path. This year, I chose to attend an institute that was
hosted by our state department of
education. I am happy to report that it was well worth my time.
GACTE Continues to be on the Cusp of Great Things
The Georgia Association of Career and Technical Education serves as a
platform to foster leadership, program development, advocacy, policy
development, professional development, and networking opportunities for
its members in Georgia. Over 2,500 members attended the conference with the premise of promoting career and technical education.
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