Today, the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) endorsed President Trump's nominee, Scott Stump, to lead the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education (OCTAE) as Assistant Secretary.
ACTE issued a response to statements President Trump made in Ohio that questioned community colleges and expressed support for "vocational education."
ACTE released a statement on the FY 2018 omnibus appropriations bill, which includes a $75 million increase in funding for Perkins Basic State Grants.
ACTE and Advance CTE issued a joint statement in response to the President's Fiscal Year 2019 budget, which underfunds Perkins and cuts other education and workforce development programs.
ACTE released a statement highlighting its concern about the President's remarks that mischaracterize the nature of today's CTE.
ACTE and Advance CTE release their fifth annual report, State Policies Impacting CTE: 2017 Year in Review, summarizing state policy activities and identifying major themes and trends in CTE policymaking in 2017.
Today, ACTE announced the winners of the election for several spots on its Board of Directors.
ACTE has announced the selection of 15 participants for its National Leadership Fellowship Program, which provides educators with an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and involvement in professional organizations.
ACTE has announced the selection of 20 CTE professionals with 2-5 years of experience from across the country to participate in the inaugural class of ACTE’s Leadership Exploration and Development (LEAD) program.
ACTE announced its 2018 Excellence Award Winners in seven different categories during the ACTE CareerTech VISION conference in Nashville.