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With all of the Attention, Where is all the Financial Support?

I’m a postsecondary administrator and have been involved in public higher education for almost 20 years. While serving at public postsecondary

CTE Month in the Antelope Valley

The Antelope Valley Career Prep Council and Antelope Valley Union High School District College and Career Readiness Office sponsored a tour of

After the Celebration is Over

February was Career and Technical Education month.  It was a time when attention was drawn to advocating for career and technical education, a time

Career Guidance and Innovation

All educators need to be innovators in order to assist students in becoming "Future Ready." As a counselor, I have observed many innovative

The Path to Innovation is Full of Mistakes

in·no·va·tor
Noun
"a person who introduces new methods, ideas, or products"
As an educator, I believe it is critical to stay abreast of the

School Safety- It’s More Than What Happens in the Building

Often when the words “school safety” are mentioned, the first thought that comes to mind is school shootings or potential building intruders. The next

Innovative Interviewing Strategies for CTE Students and Graduates

Interview strategies are a combination of preparation for the interview, behavior during and after the interview, as well as follow–up. Each of these

CTE and the State of the Union

Editor's Note: CTE professional and ACTE member Lisa Barnett of Botetourt County Public Schools was recently involved in what is so often a

Bridging the Gap

I have been fortunate for the past 20 plus years to be in the “business” of helping adults forge a new careerpath as a middle or high school CTE

The Importance of Connection

For the past few years, we have seen an increase in the number of adults coming back to school to learn a new skill. These skills will expand their

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