ACTE issued a statement upon the release of Phi Delta Kappa International's 49th annual poll on the public's attitude toward public schools. The poll demonstrated the public's broad, overwhelming support for CTE.
ACTE announces McIntosh High School sophomore Brooks Baro as ACTE's national student trophy design winner in its second annual student trophy design contest.
Region IV, which includes New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi, announced 2017 award winners at its annual conference.
ACTE congratulates NCACTE on its decision to formally unify with the national association.
ACTE announced the three 2018 Image Award winners. Those winners are: William J. Nelson, 2018 ACTE Business Leader of the Year; Dr. Kenneth Wallace, 2018 ACTE Champion...
Region III, which includes Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin, announced 2017 award winners at its annual conference.
National CTE Associations applaud passage of H.R. 2353 by voice vote, an important bill to reauthorize the Perkins CTE Act through Fiscal Year 2023.
ACTE and Advance CTE released a joint statement calling the $168 million cut to the Perkins state grant program "an attack on CTE and the students and employers who benefit from it."
ACTE and Advance CTE released a joint statement calling the reported $168 million in cuts to federal CTE funding in the President's budget "damaging and demoralizing."
ACTE and Advance CTE released a joint statement on the introduction of a Perkins reauthorization bill in the House of Representatives.