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Which One Are You: College Ready, Career Ready or Both?

In an effort to enhance students and parents knowledge of preparing for postsecondary options after high school the Savannah-Chatham County Public School

Team-taught Literacy: Elective and Core

It sometimes seems as if elective and core courses are divided by a big boundary line: On one side are the required courses for graduation, on the other

GoBuild Georgia Builds on Essential Career Readiness Skills

As a part of our governor's initiative to vastly enhance workforce development in the state of Georgia, an office was created to implement the Go

New Tricks of the Trade

This month, I kicked off my Educator-in-Residency here at ACTE Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. My goal is to explore workforce development issues

Who is in Charge Here?!

I was able to participate at our Indiana ACTE Conference on Sept. 20 as a symposium presenter. My presentation was on the leadership opportunities offered

Building ACTE in Maine

On May 8, 2013 a group of like-minded individuals met to begin establishing an ACTE state association for Maine. We were fortunate to be able to hold our

Building a New Maine ACTE

Carol was involved in this presentation at the 2013 Maine CTE Conference.
Our panelists, led by Dave Keaton, presented the work we have done

Building a Program for Other Educators

Hi! My name is Sandra Bradshaw, and I'm ACTE's most currentEducator-in-Residence.
The ACTE Educator-in-Residence Program provides opportunities

Can You Hear Me Now?

I had the opportunity to speak at a workshop for CTE instructors on July 17. I was asked to briefly talk on the benefits of membership in ACTE and the

Region Conferences are More than Worth It

I attended our Region III Conference on June 19-21 in East Peoria, Illinois, with my fellow Indiana state officers. It was my first Region III

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