Mentors come in all shapes and sizes and at different times in our careers, helping us to navigate the educational trail. My parents were my first
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By: Keio Carter
I was selected to participate in the Teachers in Industry Program (TIP). This program was designed by the Georgia Department of Education
Robert Frost closes his famous poem with the following words:Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by,and that has made all
One of the most unique and powerful aspects of CTE is the engagement of partners, both from industry and institutions of higher education. The Urban
As a FACS teacher, I teach several subjects; but Clothing Construction is my particular delight. Unfortunately, there are many schools that no longer
As I reflect on the completion of my fifth year of teaching Marketing Education at Akron Public Schools, I vividly remember my first year in the
One of the unique features of CTE is the multitude of people it serves. CTE teachers provide services to students in high school, students seeking
“Meeting at 8:30!” “Oh don’t forget the meeting at 2:00 this afternoon.” Meetings will continue to be a part of work, so how do we combat
During my time at the National Policy Seminar held in Washington DC, I attended the ACTE Board Meeting.
The board meeting was called to order and then we
“All Aboard”…for an exciting adventure…as we, the class of 2015 Fellows, observed and learned, firsthand, about the planning and cultivating of