CTE in the News


President Trump Proposes Transformative, Student-First Budget to Return Power to States, Limit Federal Control of Education

U.S. Department of Education, 2/10/20
Executive Director LeAnn Wilson was quoted in the Department of Education’s press release on the Trump Administration’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget request.

Report: States enacted more than 200 CTE policies in 2019

Education Dive, 1/30/20
Executive Director LeAnn Wilson was quoted in a story about the annual state CTE policy paper that ACTE released in conjunction with Advance CTE and the Education Commission of the States.

The Age of Trade Enlightenment

Workspan Magazine, November 2019
ACTE Public Policy Director Alisha Hyslop was quoted in a magazine article about CTE and the skilled trades in a changing economy.

Senator Baldwin and Representative Bera Lead Effort to Support Working Students

Sen. Baldwin’s Office, 10/22/19
ACTE Executive Director LeAnn Wilson was quoted in Senator Tammy Baldwin’s (D-WI) press release endorsing the Working Students Act.

At This Main Line Private School, Campus Construction Becomes a Lab to Teach Students

The Philadelpha Inquirer, 10/14/19
ACTE Advocacy and Public Affairs Manager Jarrod Nagurka is quoted in a story about opportunities to explore career options at the middle school level.

The First Job – The Key to Replenishing America’s Talent Pipeline

Association for Manufacturing Excellence, 9/13/19
ACTE Advocacy and Public Affairs Manager Jarrod Nagurka is quoted in a story about the importance of CTE, including in the manufacturing sector.

Learning Career Skills in High School

JDNews.com, 8/23/19
ACTE Advocacy and Public Affairs Manager Jarrod Nagurka is quoted in a story about the evolving nature of CTE.

Leaders Promote Middle School CTE Courses

District Administration, 8/15/19
ACTE Region II Vice President Chaney Mosley is quoted in a story on middle school CTE.

Career Education Groups Criticize House Democrats’ Funding Plan

Politico, 4/30/19
ACTE and Advance CTE’s joint statement expressing disappointment over the marginal increase in Perkins funding in the House Labor-H Appropriations bill was covered in Politico.

Expensive Degree and No Guaranteed Job: More Students are Considering Options Outside of 4-year College

Chicago Tribute, 4/22/19
ACTE staff and the Region III Vice President were quoted in a story about the role that CTE can play in helping students obtain meaningful, successful careers.

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