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Agriculture- It’s More than Farming

I am thoroughly excited that our high school agricultural program made the news with the article "Northern Burlington High School agriscience program

The Powers the Be

I just came from a meeting with my state senator, Greg Taylor, about CTE and ways that he and our senate can support us. It was a very good meeting

Advocating for Career Pathways

A couple of years ago, our department of education began to fervently push ahead for Career Pathways. At the time, my program, Advanced Life Science:

Graduation and Reflection

The school year has come to an end. Every May, I reflect back upon my year and evaluate my performance and influence. Four seniors left my program this

An ACTE Fellow at NPS

What a great opportunity for career and technical educators to share information, hopes and concerns with their legislators.
I was very fortunate to

A Fellow, an Advocate

Four years ago, out of curiosity and the need to broaden my horizons, I asked my administrator if I could attend the National Policy

An Interview with a CTE Leader

As part of the ACTE Fellowship Program, we are required to Interview of ACTE Board member or a leader in career and technical education. I chose to

The Importance of Career and Technical Student Organizations

I just recently returned from Kansas FCCLA State Leadership Conference. While there three of my students competed in STAR events and all brought home

An Interview with Nancy Trivette

On Tuesday, April 2, I had the pleasure to interview Nancy Trivette, ACTE Region I Vice President. Nancy has a very extensive background spanning some 30

HOSA!

As all of us in CTE know, we have to incorporate CTSOs into our curriculum. My students are members of Health Occupation Students of America. Each year,

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