There is no question this has been a school year filled with challenges we never thought we would have to deal with in our careers in education. CTE is so
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Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to participate in a number of leadership experiences, cohorts, and fellows’ programs. Each one
As CTE educators, whether your area of responsibility is within a classroom, or at an administrator level, this past year has definitely been a challenge.
Consolidated High School District (CHSD) 230 had challenges like many school districts had in Illinois that were either developing or already offering
When I was in high school, I was told that successful career paths were either by going to college, or… really, just by going to college. Sure I had a
Supporting our students, particularly ones in underserved populations can be done in many big and small ways. I am going to share three ways that you
Helping people uncover their purpose, giving them a sense of why they are here, and how to live a life of significance, should be a part of every CTE
Have you ever worked for a company that didn’t offer professional development? I’ve worked for multiple school districts and for private businesses
As CTE educators, we are no strangers to workforce development. The very programs we create and administer are meant to prepare students for their new
Industry partnerships are vital to a truly successful Career and Technical Education program. Industry leaders have a grasp on workforce needs, industry