“All roads lead to Rome,” according to the medieval proverb. That is, travelers can take a variety of paths and all end up at the same
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As I work with our district instructional coach, who is also my partner in teaching a graduate course this summer titled, Literacy in CTE, I keep coming
My mother, an elementary school teacher for 32 years, worked hard to connect her students to subject matter. Mom did this using real life, high interest
As an educator, it is my job to teach my students. As someone with compassion and vested interest in her students, it is my privilege to help them find
Happy Spring Everyone!
It’s great to start feeling the winter thaw, but that also means getting ready for the work ahead this year. These are exciting
It’s not every day you meet a student who has everything going for them – intelligence, good health and home life, no financial challenges and excellent
Every year, in high schools across the country, student athletes participate in Signing Days to commit to sports at colleges and universities.
Career Development is uniquely positioned to become the greatest resource for career and technical education (CTE) programming. When we think of the
Career Development in the future is going to be centered around technology and the different uses of technology. CTE courses need to stay current with
In contemplating what it was I wanted to write about when It came to career paths for FACS students I began with the obvious ones. The students from our