CBSnews.com, August 31, 2023
CTE in the News
July 26, 2023
ACTE Executive Director LeAnn Curry was quoted in this press release for the Creating Opportunities to Thrive and Advance Act.
“We need to ensure that communicating with learners about career opportunities is as seamless as possible. This legislation empowers leaders of adult education programs to connect learners to high-quality career and technical education (CTE) programs that lead to in-demand, high-wage jobs and careers. Raising public awareness of CTE opportunities is critical to maintaining strong communities and meeting local economic demands for a skilled workforce. ACTE is grateful for Congressman ‘GT’ Thompson, Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, Congressman Derek Kilmer and Congressman Brad Finstad for their leadership in introducing this bill, and we look forward to working in support of its passage.”
CNBC, July 26, 2023
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Inside Higher Ed, July 17, 2023
K-12 Dive, July 14, 2023
July 13, 2023
ACTE Executive Director LeAnn Curry was quoted in this press release for the Data for American Jobs Act of 2023.
“ACTE is pleased to support the Data for American Jobs Act to empower learners with more and better information to make education and career choices that lead to success,” said LeAnn Curry, Executive Director of the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE). “Better aligning data across K-12 education, postsecondary education and the workforce will help students, families and policymakers see the potential impacts of different education pathways and programs. In addition, this bill would devote additional resources to research how students benefit from CTE programs and how they are delivered. We look forward to working with Senators Baldwin, Young, and Kaine in support of this legislation.”
K-12 Dive, April 26, 2023
ACTE Workforce Development through CTE Coalition member Mike Kenig was featured in this article about construction trades internships and apprenticeships.
April 13, 2023
“Dual and concurrent enrollment programs are a key part of the connections between our secondary education, postsecondary education and workforce systems,” said Association for Career and Technical Education Executive Director LeAnn Curry. “By expanding grants to support these programs and professional development for educators, the MEAA will strengthen the talent pipeline for the 21st century American workforce. Through dual and concurrent enrollment opportunities, students can earn and make progress towards industry-recognized credentials that demonstrate the foundational skills students have obtained through CTE programs. As we confront emerging workforce challenges, we must be nimble in connecting students with career opportunities through dual and concurrent enrollment programs. We commend this bipartisan legislation and its sponsors for their leadership.”
EdTech Magazine, Spring 2023
Former ACTE Board Member Rachael Mann is featured in this article on AR/VR and CTE