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The Educator Resource Center houses career and technical education resources to help teachers and administrators pursue continuing education, improve classroom instruction and develop new and innovative programs. Search the Lesson Plan Library for ideas to enliven your classroom and submit your own tried-and-true lesson plan, and learn about professional development online and in person.

  • ACTE has provided a vast array of e-media tools for CTE teachers.
  • The National Center for Construction Education and Research's bi-annual publication, The Cornerstone, addresses workforce development, including how-to articles and information on craft training, safety and management education, recruitment and image enhancement, and return on investment.  

  • The Verizon Foundation's Thinkfinity Community is an online meeting place for educators, parents and anybody interested in education to get together to share their thoughts.

  • Are you concerned about cybersecurity for your students in and out of the classroom? AntiVirusWare provides a helpful list of do's and don'ts.

  • NIOSH and OSHA have provided a new Spanish-language manual for nail gun safety. You can find it on the NIOSH website. Contact 800-321-OSHA for hard copies.

Safe Schools Resources

NIOSH Safety Guide for CTE

Porter Cable Safety Sheets

Utah State Office of Education CTE Safety

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ACTE Leadership Training Program

ACTE is proud to offer you an opportunity to develop the leadership skills of existing and potential leaders in your state association. The Leadership Development Task Force has developed a new state leadership training program to further develop current state and regional association leaders, while also exposing up and coming leaders to leadership development.

ACTE National Leadership Fellowship Program

The ACTE National Leadership Fellowship Program began in 2009 as an Opportunity Fund project initiated by the ACTE Board of Directors. As of 2011, three classes of Fellows have completed the program. In summary, the ACTE Fellowship Program is an instrument to provide professional development, policy knowledge and leadership development.  


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