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Top Notch Teachers

Recent studies have shown that less than one out of three U.S. workers feel that they receive adequate recognition or praise for their work. Further, the

Career Pathways and Dreams: Necessary and Sufficient for Success and Told in the Words of Career and Education Graduates

In preparation for my presentation at the NYS Joint Career and Technical Educator conference in late June, I am struggling to express to my audience, in

Need help with instructional strategies? There’s a coach for that!

As the perception of Career and Technology Education (CTE) changes across the country and communities and school districts see the importance of these

Hays CISD CTE – Leading The Way

At Hays Consolidated Independent School District, one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas, we are always looking for the partners and

Heating It Up in Hays CISD

What began as a suggestion from one of our community partners at the Hays CISD CTE Advisory Committee meeting in October of 2016 has become a
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Best Practice “Build Your Future” a Construction and Welding Expo Highlighting Careers in Central Texas

My job as a Career and Technical Education Specialist at Education Service Center Region 12 (ESC Region 12) allows me to work with independent school

Cooperative Groups CTE Classroom

Few things are more rewarding as an educator than seeing my students take full ownership in their learning.  However, as a Health Science CTE instructor,

A Career & Technical Education Journey Through Leadership – Legislative Advocacy

March came in like a lion as leaders and members of the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) converged on Crystal City in Arlington, VA

Mentorship is a two way street

Mentorship is a two way street. Traffic is generally heavier in the direction of the mentee but their can and should be some return to the mentor. This

The Power of Networking

As part of the ACTE Fellowship Program, current fellows are assigned a former fellow as a mentor. This connection begins a yearlong networking opportunity

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